St Paul's and St Mary's are two Anglican congregations in partnership together. We combine the traditional country church (St Mary's) with a modern town building (St Paul's). We seek to serve God and our community by sharing God's love in words and deeds. Our Parish extends from Harlow Town Centre to Little Parndon, right on the edge of the countryside, and near the beautiful River Stort. Harlow has something for everyone, from and that is certainly true of the Parish - where we extend from New Town to (virtually) Country.

St Paul's is the large church building in Harlow Town Centre. When we meet on Sundays there are normally around 80 - 100 of us at the main 11am service, with about 20 - 30 children too. Our services are fairly relaxed, with a mixture of traditional and modern hymns. We have children's work most weeks, and our monthly All-Together Service (a good one to come along to if you've not been before) is on the first Sunday of the month. If you want to come along to St Paul's, we'd love to welcome you, your family and your friends, to be part of our church family.. You can park in the Harvey Centre, which is a 3 minute walk from the church.

To find out more about the building click here.

If you need help, advice or just someone to listen, then please don’t hesitate to contact us.

A Satellite Centre for Harlow Foodbank is based at St Paul's. And Maybury Open Door Drop In welcomes everyone on Tuesdays and Fridays at St Paul's.