The Church

church1St Paul’s is a flourishing Anglican church in the heart of Chichester, a worshipping family comprising of all ages, committed to the daily rhythm of prayer and praise through word and sacrament.

We are a large and growing Church of England church with a bustling Parish Centre which is well used by the church members and wider community and a popular venue for the annual Festival of Chichester.

Respectful of tradition and alive to change, we gather week in week out to feast at Our Lord’s Supper: all are welcome.

The building is large with great acoustics – ideal for musical concerts and performances.

The Church has level access for wheelchairs. There are disabled toilets which are easily accessible from the rear of the Church.

We have a wide range of services and groups so suit most styles and ages. We also run a number of weekly and monthly groups, including youth activities, comnmunity lunches and social nights. More details can be found on the services and groups pages.inside st paul's

St Paul’s Church has a capacity of over 250, with a further 90 seats in the gallery, all with excellent visibility – no pillars in the way! The interior is surprisingly bright and airy, the┬ámore so because of the sombre external appearance, and the Church has double glazing that removes all hint of external noise from the main road outside.

Built: 1836
Architect: Joseph Butler