St Paul's Parish Wokingham

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Mother Debbie

I have been asked to announce (by the Rector and Wardens) that the Revd Debbie Davison has been offered and has accepted the post of Associate Priest in the Benefice of Newbury St George and St John.


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An update from the Archbishop of Canterbury – Chair of the Commission


Mums Away Day

A chance for mums of school and pre-school age children to escape from the busyness of family life. Sat. 13th June

Come and enjoy time to relax, have fun, pray, chat together and explore your creative side. £25 to include lunch, tea, coffee and art materials.


Pastoral Letter

Read the latest letter from the Rector. Find out what is going on

Pastoral Letter


Sat May 30
9:00 am

9:30 am

Sun May 31
8:00 am

9:30 am

6:15 pm

Wed Jun 3
10:30 am

Thu Jun 4
9:30 am

Sat Jun 6
9:00 am

9:30 am

St Paul's Parish

Welcome in the name of Jesus Christ to the web site of the Parish of St Paul Wokingham.  We are an inclusive and welcoming community of faith, imposing no conditions on those who come through our doors, other than a willingness to be open to the love of God revealed to us in Jesus Christ. Our Parish has three churches; Saint Paul's, Saint Nicholas' and Woosehill Church.

Saint Paul's is rooted in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England and we offer a variety of styles of worship. Saint Paul's principal Sunday service is the 9:30am Sung Mass.

Saint Nicholas' Community Church is a more informal church offering a wide range worship for both the young and not so young. It is located in the Emmbrook Village Hall

Woosehill Church is located on the Woosehill estate in Wokingham. As a Local Ecumenical Partnership church with Anglican and Methodist roots we enjoy informal worship catering for a wide variety of tastes.