Services at St Paul's and St Mary's

Find out about our regular worship and prayer meetings

You're very welcome to join us for any of our regular meetings. If you want to know what to expect when you visit for the first time, you can read more here.

Holding Image - needs replacingOnce a month at both churches we have our 'All Together' service - this is a really good place to start if you've not been to the church before. These services are designed for everyone from the youngest to the oldest, and are fun, informal, relaxed, and interactive. You can find out more about All Together Worship here.

Another good place to start would be our monthly afternoon / evening meeting, called 'Ignite'. This is every second Sunday, at 4pm, at St Mary's. It's a contemporary service: informal, and with great music and conversation. You can find out more about Ignite here.

Every Sunday we have a 9:30am service at St Mary's, and an 11am service at St Paul's. One of these services would normally be a communion service (they generally alternate between the two churches*).

On alternate Sundays (1st, 3rd, and 5th of the month) we have a 9:30am service at St Paul's. This is a more traditional service.

If you have kids you might want to try out our Messy Church. This meets once a term at St Paul's, and is a fun time with craft activities, food, singing, puppets, and all sorts of other stuff. You'd be very welcome to come along - find out more on our Messy Church page.

We also hold regular prayer meetings - on Tuesday at 9am at St Mary's, Wednesday at 9am at St Paul's, and Thursday at 8am at St Paul's (where we pray with 'Heart4Harlow' about the needs of our town). There is also prayer at 10am on most Saturdays at St Paul's, sometimes combining with 'Pray One for Me' - check our church diary.

To find out more, just contact the office on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 01279 434 243.

 






* Communion is on the 1st and 3rd Sundays at St Mary's, and the 2nd and 4th at St Paul's.