- An evangelical Anglican church seeking to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit;
- People with a passion for Jesus;
- People who explore the Bible to live its truth;
- People who are open to the Holy Spirit;
- People of all ages and walks of life;
- People who care for one another and have fun together.
Life at St. Pauls can be summed up by these three words, and each term of the church year focuses on one of them. That is, we aim:
- to share the good news of Jesus, especially in the autumn term, by blessing our community, telling others about Jesus, running the Alpha course, and much more besides.
- to grow in our relationship with God, majoring in the spring term on areas such as prayer, the Bible, giving, serving and ministering in the power of the Spirit.
- to have fun together as the people of God, in the summer (and at other times!) holding all sorts of social events which are enjoyable and where outsiders feel welcome.
In all our services we seek to meet with God through worship, through preaching, in prayer and in ministry. Visitors are always welcome! Click the "More..." button to see full details of the various regular services at St. Paul's.
St. Paul's Church is in Kingston Upon Thames and can be found on the corner of Alexandra Road and Queens Road, between Kingston Hospital and the Kingston entrance to Richmond Park. The entrance is on Alexandra Road. Click "More..." below for full directions and a map.
St Paul’s Church is above all a family of the people of God who worship here. Young and old, married and single, children and adults, from a wide variety of social, ethnic, cultural, and denominational backgrounds, we celebrate that diversity as part of the joy of the Christian life. But as a church family we're always keen to grow, and delighted to welcome visitors and newcomers to join us!
As part of the Church of England, St Paul’s belongs to Kingston deanery in the Anglican diocese (bishopric) of Southwark. As members of Churches Together in Kingston, we are committed to working collaboratively with other local churches. We are also members of the New Wine network (www.new-wine.org) and the Evangelical Alliance (www.eauk.org), and seek to live out the vision and values of both those organisations.