Our vision at St. Paul’s is to “Show the Light and Love of Jesus for All.” There are so many ways in which this vision is lived out through the many missions we’re engaged in. We are committed to sharing the good news of the living Jesus with those who are not yet in a living relationship with Him. We are committed to serving the poorest and most vulnerable in our society, to feeding the hungry and helping those in need.
We have four paid workers at St.Paul’s, three work part-time. All other activities depend on volunteers. Everyone can be involved in playing a part in the life of the church and we would love you to join the team.
If you can offer your time to be part of the ministry of St. Paul’s please look through the following opportunities and see where you would like join in. Then speak to someone at church and discover how you can take the next step.
For more information about roles see attached Gifts & skills hand out
We take safeguarding seriously
To meet the requirements of the Diocese and our church insurer, all those in St Paul’s who volunteer to work with children and young people, or who may be visiting adults when they are vulnerable in their own homes, must complete a Diocesan Confidential Declaration form and obtain clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly the Criminal Records Bureau). The process is kept as simple as possible, and we offer help and support so that volunteers are positively welcomed and encouraged. This applies to all volunteers for Babies Plus, Care Team, Junior Church, Youth Group, Toddlers Plus, Wild Wednesday and Who Let the Dads Out.