St Paul’s is a community parish church in the heart of Seacombe overlooking the famous ferry terminal, the ferry travels from Seacombe to Birkenhead across to Liverpool in a triangle service. It
is an island church with four roads leading to it. Our spire can be a point of reference to ships coming up the Mersey to the local docks and entrance to the Manchester Ship Canal. Locally we have a
supermarket and limited shops within walking distance.
The church is surrounded by lawns and borders with flowers and bushes, plus two trees that are in memory of past members of the congregation. There is also a small part which is walled as a remembrance garden for the burial of ashes, with a place for plaques on the walls. The garden is looked after by members of the congregation.
Services on Sundays:
11am Holy Communion or Morning Prayer
contemporary worship and traditional singing led by the St Paul's Choir preaching on the traditional lectionary readings - special activities for kids
10am Holy Communion
(1662 Book of Common Prayer)
Check the Events section for details of upcoming events and other services.