Welcome to St Patrick's Church

Welcome to St Patrick's. We're a friendly Anglican church in the centre of the community of South Wallington. At the heart of our church is the wonderful news that God loves us and has demonstrated that love in the most incredible way through Jesus' life, death and victory over death. That's why our worship of God is heartfelt and our activities are geared around reaching out to more and more people with this news - and why we are a church which welcomes everyone.

Sunday 6 Sep 2015

8.00am Traditional Communion

10.30am Morning Service (all ages)
God is King - Rev 4.11 (Ailish Atkinson)

4.00pm Afternoon Service (all ages)
God is King - Rev 4.11 (Ailish Atkinson)

6.20pm LifeTime (TimeOut)
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What's new?

Looking for a job serving Jesus amongst children and their families?

We are seeking a part-time Children and Families Minister to join our staff team. Read more about this exciting opportunity to help develop the work of St Patrick's in this area.

 

Wallington Witterings

David King - the Vicar at St Patrick's - will be blogging every few days throughout the summer at wallingtonwitterings.blogspot.com. The most recent entry is Eye catching hope posted on Wed 26 Aug 2015, 06:58.

Sunday Evening Bible Readings during August

As is our custom over the summer, our normal LifeTime evening service will take a break and instead we'll continue to work through the book of Romans as a series of Bible readings. They'll start at the slightly earlier time of 6.30pm.

Recordings of these services will be posted as we go along (but the first two weeks will come together after 9 August as the people who look after posting them are an holiday!).

The plan is:

  • 26 July - no service
  • 2 August - Romans Bible reading - listen here
  • 9 August - Romans Bible reading - listen here
  • 16 August - Romans Bible reading
  • 23 August - Romans Bible reading
  • 30 August - no service
St Patrick's Mission and Our Buildings

As a church we are always looking to grow and develop, so recently the St Patrick's Church Council (the PCC) decided to look at options for improving the halls adjacent to our church. You can read more about the review, and follow updates, on the buildings project page.