St Paul's Church Slough

Our Services

 “And let us consider how we may spur one another on towards love and good deeds,  not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another – and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”

– Hebrews 10:24-25

Sunday Worship Services

Our services in church are as follows:

9.00 AM: Contemplative with Holy Communion on the 1st and 3rd Sunday

(We use printed service sheets and music books)

10.30 AM:  Contemporary with Holy Communion on the 4th Sunday

(Sunday School and Young Adults)

3.00 PM: The 10.30 am service is uploaded on YouTube

This normally takes the form of ‘Café, Youth or Questions Evening’

09.00 AM

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You'll find a warm welcome at the 9 AM service, which is a contemplative service, using liturgy, time for reflection and song. There is normally Holy Communion twice a month.

10.30 AM

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The 10.30 AM service is lively with contemporary music and singing. We also have Holy Communion in this service once per month. It is our practice for children to be present for the first part of the service and then leave for Sunday School after a time of sung worship. A crèche is provided during the service. The first Sunday of each month is an All-Age service where people of all ages can enjoy the service together. August services tend to be combined family services.

6.30 PM

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The 6.30 PM service is a less structured service with one service each month in a café format.


The Asian Fellowship meets at 8.00 PM every Friday in the main church. Members sing and listen to the word in the Urdu language, then share a meal together. Most members of the fellowship also attend the Sunday service at 10.30 AM. 

The fellowship is led by Nadeem Azam and Sarwat Nadeem, assisted by an elders committee.

Nadeem & Sarwat Nadeem, Shamim Dean, Shahnaz Gill, Rubi Mall, Tahira Gill, Saima Kamran, Ruth Rehmat, Raisa Nadeem, Simon Candara, Asif Answer, Daniel Gill, Sumair Lawrence. 

Ex- Officio Elders of the Asian Fellowship: Ops Manager (Charles Bishop), Lead Minister (Tim Wambunya), Church Wardens (Alan Deen and Steve Dass), Intercultural Ministry Enabler (Lara Deen)


The Asian Fellowship meets at 7.00 PM every Sunday in the side Chapel. The fellowship is for Farsi speakers, although the meeting is conducted in English.

Members of the fellowship also attend the English language Sunday service at 09:00 AM or 10:30 AM

The fellowship is led by Nadeem Azam and Sarwat Nadeem.

Season of Invitation

We start with Mission Week on Monday 11th Sept, Back to Church Sunday on Sunday, 24 Sept, Alpha on Friday 29th Sept, Harvest on 15th October and Remembrance Day on the 12th November.

These are all opportunities to invite our friends, neighbours, workmates, and family to worship Jesus at St Paul’s Slough. Pray that the Lord will give you the courage to invite someone.

‘Go and make disciples of all nations…’ – Matthew 28: 19-20

Sunday School

Young Disciples

Previous Services

Other Services

We can provide these services to those with a connection to the church and parish.


We believe that marriage is a sacred and beautiful institution that is a concrete connection between two people.  We hold several weddings every year for those in our parish as well as those in our congregation. If you are interested in getting married at St Paul's Slough, feel free to get in touch with us.


Jesus is Lord and Saviour. He invites us to turn from rebellion against God (repent) and be baptised in water (whether by sprinkling at the font in the church or by complete immersion in a pool of water) when we are ready to declare our public commitment to Him.  If you or your child wish to be baptised, please contact the Church Administrator to make the necessary arrangements.


Confirmation enables a person baptised as an infant to confirm the promises made on their behalf at baptism. It is also a sign of full membership in the Christian community. In the Church of England and Global Anglican Church, confirmation is conferred through the laying of hands by a bishop, and sometimes participants may also be anointed with oil.


Funerals can be a difficult time for families, and at St Paul's, we do all in our power to accommodate the individual needs of the deceased's family and friends. Whether you want a celebration of a life well-lived or a more contemplative service, St Paul's offers a beautiful location in which to say your goodbyes with dignity.

Room Hire

Our hall is available to hire for community events and social functions. We currently have several activity groups and clubs who use our various spaces on a regular basis. From wedding receptions to scout meetings and everything in between, we have the facilities to let.

We feel so blessed with our buildings and hall and we would like them to be used by the wider community as well as for spiritual activities. Please get in touch if you want to find out how we can accommodate your requirements.