Welcome to St Paul’s Church, Ruislip Manor  

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

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Bible Sunday
25th October - 10.15am Sung Mass

                                                                               Wednesday 28th October
                                                                         Private Prayer - 4.00pm - 5.00pm
                                                                                   Said Mass - 5.00pm

At St Paul’s we want everyone to be safe, so we advise you to stay at home if you are ill, have a cough or a fever so as not to spread germs or the virus COVID-19.   
We will be offering communion in one kind only - the bread.
We will suspend hand shaking or any physical contact at the peace.  Blessings will be given but not by physical contact.  
Please wash your hands regularly and be aware of hygiene advice so that we can care for each other at this difficult time. 
We need to show the world what a caring community looks like.

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If you wish someone to be prayed for then please write a note at home and leave it beneath the crucifix on the radiator ledge, or post through the Parish Office door, to the left of the main doors.  Fr Michael will collect these at the end of each day and add to his prayer list. 

If you are unable to attend the 10.15am Sunday Mass, please continue using the ‘Act of Spiritual Communion’
(Click here to download a copy) along with the relevant readings which can be found on the Services page under Sunday Readings or follow the live recording on our Facebook page.

The Weekly Pew Sheet can be found under the News and Events page.

Reflections by Fr Nick, Rev (Wg Cdr) N.L. Cook.  Padre at RAF Northolt
Click on the following links to download Fr Nick's reflections:

10th June 2020 -The British response to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis has been notable...
17th June 2020 - It's too soon to tell what effect 'social distancing' and isolation will have......
24th June 2020 - Monday was the anniversary of the landing of His Majesty's Troopship Empire Windrush....
1st July 2020      - I was once told by a serviceman who had previously spent a lot of time away from home ....
8th July 2020     - Did you exploit some of the new opportunities at the weekend?.....
22nd July 2020  -  Gospel about the wheat and weeds coincided perfectly.....
29th July 2020   -  Having belly-ached last week about the ability of the grass in my garden....

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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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