Connecting Lives with the Life of Jesus

Arrowsmith Road, Chigwell, Essex, IG7 4NZ     |     020 8500 3366    |    enquiries@stpauls-hainault.org.uk

At St. Paul's we are committed to

Safeguarding Children, Young People, Victims/perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and Vulnerable Adults. 

The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which

may be found on the Church of England’s website:

https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding

Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Tony Bishop, who may be contacted by email:

tony_bishop@talktalk.net

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church life

At St Paul's we believe church is more than just a meeting on a Sunday. It's a community of people sharing life together, all unified through the Love and Grace of Jesus Christ. 

 

That is why we strongly encourage all of our church family

to get involved in what we have on offer throughout the church community during the week; to strengthen friendships and bonds that go deeper than the superficial.

 

So whether you are brand new to church or you've been attending for a while now, discover new ways to get yourself connected.

Come along every Wednesday morning

10am -12pm in the Church hall. Table tennis, Free Tea and Coffee and a good old chin wag. What more could you want? 

Pop in at any time!

Everyone welcome!

 

Once a month (typically the last

Saturday of every month), the men of the church meet from 9am-11am.

A great chance to get connected as men and enjoy a hearty breakfast together!

To find out more contact Ken Ashton

ken@stpauls-hainault.org.uk

Our desire is to see God move in Hainault.

We recognise that won't happen without the power of prayer.

So every Saturday morning 8-9am

we come together in a relaxed setting, to pray for our local area.

For more info email

enquiries@stpauls-hainault.org.uk

 

Impact is our church

ministry dedicated to our young people.

It stretches from 2-18years old and is aimed at encouraging and empowering youth and children in their faith in a fun

and engaging way.

 

To find out more visit the page

Once a month the Women of the church meet to share

food, fellowship & faith together.

Whether you are new to St. Paul's or been around a while, this is a great way of getting more connected with the life of the church.

For more information email:

enquiries@stpauls-hainault.org.uk

At 9am on Wednesday mornings,

we run a morning communion service.

Here we enjoy a relaxed time, enjoying tea and coffee together and sharing the goodness of God, a short Bible study and a celebration of communion.

And if you would lie to stay around we continue with our Coffee Morning.

In the Church Building, All welcome!

Stay and play is our carer and toddler afternoon, running every Wednesday

1pm-3pm in the Church Building.

This is a chance for you and your child to bond together, and get to meet other parents and meet with members of St. Paul's church.

To find out more visit the page below:

Life Groups are the heart and soul of our church community, connecting people within the church of all ages.

 

They consist of small gatherings of people meeting together to share and support one another in faith through prayer, discussion and bible study.

To find out more, visit our Life groups page:

We run two groups to at St Paul's dedicated to those interested in exploring more about Christianity and Faith. Tastebuds and Alpha.

Got Questions? Want to find out more,

click the link below:

We believe that God loves, real, honest, authentic worship.

And that we express our worship to God

in the way we live our lives and seek to follow and serve Jesus.

Worship in song at a Sunday service

is just one of our expressions of worship.

Here at St. Paul's we primarily demonstrate this through contemporary songs.

A free course run in partnership with Christians Against Poverty at St Paul's to help you manage your money and to learn how to budget, spend and save well.

To find out more or to sign up click the link below: