Worship at St Paul's is inclusive, beautiful and sacramental and nurtures heart and mind.



Sunday Services

When: Sunday 8am Sung Eucharist and 9.30am Choral Eucharist   /   Where: Church

Regular weekly services are held at St Paul's each Sunday at the following times:

• Sunday 8am Sung Eucharist
• Sunday 9.30am Choral Eucharist with the St Paul's Choir

All services at St Paul’s include the reading of the Gospel and other Biblical texts for each day as prescribed in the current lectionary. The vestments worn by the Rector and other priests are traditional, with colours changing with the liturgical seasons. For further details about our style of worship and our parish generally click on ‘ABOUT THE PARISH’

After the morning services, all are welcome to stay for refreshments in the Parish Hall.


More about the St Paul's Choir


Wednesday Morning Communion

When: 10.30am   /   Where: Chapel of Our Lord's Passion

Each Wednesday morning at 10:30 am the Holy Eucharist is held in the Chapel of Our Lord's Passion. Prayers for healing are included in this service.



Our style of worship


Monthly Vespers

When: Monthly   /   Where: Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Cardinal Freeman Village, Ashfield

On the first Sunday of every month, the St Paul's Choir sings Vespers at 4pm in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Cardinal Freeman Village, 137 Victoria Street, Ashfield.




Holy Communion at Strathdale Aged Care Facility

When: Monthly, on a Friday at 10.30am   /   Where: Strathdale Aged Care Facility

Once a month Holy Communion is celebrated with the residents of Strathdale.
The service is at 10.30am. All residents and their families are welcome.
For more information about this service please ring the Parish Office on 9747 4327




Communion at The Brighton

When: The third Tuesday of the month   /   Where: 11.15am

A Communion Service will be held once a month in the Chapel at the Brighton Independent Living Centre. Everyone is welcome.




Seasonal Services

When: Advertised in the pew sheet   /   Where:

Special services are held each year to mark Feast Days and other days of seasonal significance. These are advertised in the pew sheet.