St Patrick's has activities for all age groups and interests. Click on one of the areas below, or use the menu on the left, to read about the ones you're particularly interested in.
Although we are a church that is active all through the week, Sundays are still our special day when we meet together to praise God, encourage one another to follow him, and hear the Bible taught. We have three or four Sunday services each week, each with a slightly different flavour.
Children and Youth are a central part of life at St Patrick's: in fact, we couldn't manage without them. They are God's examples to us of real faith; they keep us lively and they keep us on our toes. They are so important that we employ several professional staff to help us take care of them properly.
In addition to our Sunday services, we have a wide range of activities for adults over the week. Our main way of supporting each other in a less formal context is through our Life Groups, small groups meeting to study the Bible and pray together every week. But there's lots more - click the links below (or on the menu on the left) for more information.
Getting married is a very special step and so it is not surprising that many people want to mark it by having a traditional Christian wedding in their local church. If you are interested in getting married and would like to find out more about what a Church of England wedding involves, then do contact our vicar David or visit the Church of England website.
The arrival of a baby is a life-changing moment and many people want to mark it with a celebration at church. There are two services available at St Patrick's: a Thanksgiving service or a Baptism/Christening service.
We have a number of people to help with specific pastoral needs - you can get in touch with them directly, or contact them via the church office.
An introduction to the Christian Faith, through watching DVDs, discussion, and reading the Bible. A real opportunity to bring those questions that have been bugging you. It gives you the time and space to consider the big questions of life and explore the life of the person at the heart of Christianity - Jesus Christ.
New ways to live for a brighter future – A friendly group where you’ll discover the life skills you need to survive on a low income.