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

Trinity Sunday Please note that there will be NO evening service at St Paul's.  Instead the Town Centre Cluster Service will be at St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton Road, starting at 6.00 pm. 

Tuesday Lunchtime Concerts continue this Tuesday with a piano recital by Sean O'Ruanaidh. Light lunches will be available from 12.00 noon.

Presentation of our Mission Action Plan  Following our Parish Review conducted during March and April, members of the PCC will briefly present our new Mission Action Plan to the congregation after the 10.15 Eucharist today.  Come and hear about the new direction and opportunities for our church and God's work among us.  A summary is available.

Philip Bryson, our new curate will be ordained on Sunday 5 July in St Alban's Cathedral.  A list is available at the back of the church to help co-ordinate lifts for those who wish to support him at this special time.

The June edition of The Spire is now available.  Price £1.