St Paul's stands at the very heart of the County Town of Bedford and serves both as a Parish Church and as the Civic and County Church of Bedfordshire. With its busy programme of daily services, the church seeks to be open for pilgrims and visitors alike, and to offer a haven of tranquility at the centre of this busy borough.
In addition to services, visitors are welcome each day between
10 am and 4 pm, unless specifically indicated in the Diary.
On Saturdays, tea, coffee and light refreshments are available in the Anderson Room at the West End of the Church from 10 am - 4.30 pm.
For details of our services on Sundays and throughout the week, please click here
This Week's Notices
A Pilgrimage to Walsingham with folk from St Martin's Church will take place on 30 May. The cost £30 includes travel and lunch. For details contact Richard West.
Saturday 16 May Why not bake a cake (or two), clean your cupboards and bookshelves or put aside a bottle (well filled) over this weekend, to avoid pre-election stress and to relax over the weekend? If you would like to help run a stall or assist with sorting goods and setting up. talk to Rita or David via the church office. We'd love to hear from you. Plants may be brought into church from Monday 11 May.
Election Hustings at the Bedford Pentecostal Church, Roise Avenue, Sunday 3 May. 7.30 for 8.00 pm start.
Tuesday Lunchtime Concerts continue on Tuesday 28 April, with a piano recital by Adrian Oldland. Light lunches will be available from 12.00 noon.
See Round, the magazine of the Diocese of St Albans is now only available on line. It will be available twice a month. If you would like a printed copy, please contact the office.
Christian Aid Week 10-17 May Envelopes for Christian Aid Week are now available at the back of the church.
The Sound System is playing up. Although the operators do their best, the system itself is feeling its age. Quotations have been sought for a replacement system.
The May edition of The Spire is now available. Price £1.