Welcome to St Paul’s Church, Ruislip Manor  

  

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The church will be open for public worship on Sundays at 10.15am and Wednesdays at 5.00pm,
 please click here for information on the opening of St. Paul's for public services during the Covid 19 pandemic.

          

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Second Sunday after Trinity 
13th June - 10.15am Sung Mass
 
Wednesday 16th June
Said Mass - 5.00pm
(Readings:  2 Corinthians 9.6-11;  Matthew 6.1-6, 16-18)
 
Third Sunday after Trinity
20th June - 10.15am Sung Mass 
 
Sunday Mass is streamed live on Facebook.  If you wish to follow the Sunday readings, they can be found under Services at the top of this page.
To watch the video recording of the Mass for the First Sunday after Trinity held on 6th June, please click here
 
 

 

Church and Lychgate

Whether you are looking for somewhere to worship, have a baptism or wedding, 
or just want to know more about us, we hope that you will find the information you want.

 

We seek to be inclusive, and welcoming, to everyone regardless of their experience and human diversity.  We are ordinary people seeking to know God in a deeper way and making His presence known and real in our lives and our local community.

 

God welcomes us and meets us where we are in life.   That means that all are welcome - whether you believe, or are not sure or just want to find out a bit more about the Christian faith and our church.   

 

 

Just come as you are - you are very welcome.      

      

                                                    

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help our church with Easy Fundraising 

                                                                                                          
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