St Paul’s Church
Rector of St Paul’s Church - Craig Ryalls
“Sarum St Paul’s School and St Paul’s Church continue to benefit from the close link we have developed over the years. We have a shared commitment to see pupils flourish spiritually as well as intellectually, physically and socially.”
As your local church we play an active role in the life of the community. Supporting Sarum St. Paul’s Primary School is a high priority for us; there have been strong links between the School and St Paul’s Church for many years. A number of our Church members, including myself, are Governors of the School. Every week a member of the church staff team leads a collective worship based on the school’s curriculum and pupils and staff always welcome us enthusiastically. Our Church Building is always made available for the school wherever possible for special services, such as the Year 6 Leavers' Celebration and Christmas Services.
St Paul’s Church is a vibrant, fun, contemporary place of worship with excellent child/youth work. Visitors are always made very welcome. Do visit our SP2 Coffee Shop and Community Centre (we built it for you!) and check out our website to see other ways we help our local community. We run a variety of courses and also partner with other churches in Salisbury offering a national debt advice Centre called CAP(Christian’s Against Poverty). If St Paul’s Church can help you in any way or you simply want to find out more then please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Rector of St Paul’s Church
(And a Governor of Sarum St Paul’s Primary School)
for more information about St Paul's Church, follow this link: www.stpaulssalisbury.org
Children's Pastor - Debbie Boyt
Debbie leads collective worship each week as well as our Discoverers club. The club meets every Tuesday and focuses on different Bible stories and involves games and craft activities.
"The school’s partnership with St. Paul’s Church is very strong and has a significant impact on school life. The church investment in a full time Children’s Pastor brings deep benefits to children and families."
Diocesan Advisor September 2018.
Gallery of events with St Paul's Church