For a summary of what’s on for children and young people at St Paul’s this term, click here. Our secondary-school students meet during the Sunday 9.30 am service at St Paul’s and activities can include drama, craft, games, discussion, hearing from outside speakers and visiting different churches. Sometimes members of the congregation are invited in to talk about their faith. There are also get-togethers at other times at different people’s homes for pizza, games and various outings.
Confirmation marks the point in the Christian journey when people affirm for themselves the faith into which they have been baptised. Young people often decide to do this between 12 and 16. The service includes prayer and the laying-on of hands by the confirming bishop. Once someone has been confirmed, they are able to participate fully in Holy Communion by receiving consecrated bread and wine. Read more about this here. If you are a young person or adult interested in being confirmed, please contact one of the clergy to find out more.
We are delighted to have good links with Peter Symonds, our local sixth-form college. Our clergy visit campus and are involved with meetings such as the Christian Union and the interfaith group.