• Please see our Future Events Page on this website for details of our garden day on the 31st October, services on November 3rd and 10th to remember our loved ones and our Bible study by zoom for 6 weeks commencing 20th October.

    Welcome to St Paul's Church Heaton Moor

    We are a welcoming, worshipping community in the heart of Heaton Moor.  We look forward to meeting you.
    Following Covid 19 guidance we are now open again for Sunday service for public worship and the next service is on the 1st November at 10.45am.  This will be a communion service.
    Our Sidespersons will be there to welcome you and answer any questions you may have about our Covid 19 arrangements, including seating - you will be guided to stay 2 meters apart, use of hand sanitizer on entering the building, the wearing of face masks and the track and trace system. 
    On Sunday 1st November for those that cannot attend Church there will also be a Sunday Service by Zoom at 9am.  The log on details are the same as the ones we have used since the 6th July - any questions please do contact: 
    Rev. Helen Scanlan 0161 432 1227

    Rev. Liz Rowles  07763 188149

    Please be assured of our continued prayers in these difficult times. If you need (or 'would like') support please get in touch.

    Our church is more than the building - it is for the whole community, of all faiths and none. 

    If you wish to donate

     towards the work of St. Paul’s Church, please click on the link below and discover the options available through easyfundraising


    Rev Helen Scanlan
    42, Lea Road, 
    Heaton Moor, Stockport. SK4 4JU.  0161 432 1227

    Just signed up a new tenor for the Church Choir for when we return. He's got perfect pitch and is a quick learner !
    (click 'play' and then 'full screen')


    Sadly, in the present national situation with the Corona virus,
    we are having to suspend our planned 
    Saturday afternoon and Sunday evening concerts for this year until further notice.

    We will continue to monitor the situation and hope that we can offer
    some recitals as the year progresses.

    In the meantime, one of our choir members, Jill Barber, has used her technical expertise to put together individually recorded parts sung in isolation by other choir members to produce a rendition of 'Drop, Drop Slow Tears' by Orlando Gibbons (an appropriate title for our situation) .
    I don't know how she managed it but it is remarkably good and should cheer you up !



    David Bradshaw,  St. Paul’s Concerts Coordinator,  0161 431 4661


    You may be looking for the time of next Sunday's service, or wanting to enquire about arranging a baptism . . . . or perhaps you are recently bereaved and wishing to contact us.

    Or simply wanting to find out what goes on at that church on Heaton Moor Road . . . . the one with the tall tower, a distinctive local landmark.

    We are there for everyone, not just baptisms and weddings.

    Many people do not feel the need to go to church or maybe not every week. But at the same time, they want to feel they have a local church where they belong. At times of crisis, loss, or of celebration, knowing where to turn can be reassuring.

    Whether you come once a week, once a month, once a year or not at all,this church of St Paul is always here for you, and when you come, you are assured of a very warm welcome.

    With my best wishes

    Rev’d Helen Scanlan
    Team Vicar.

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    This Week 

    Next Week and Coming Soon

    Tuesday and Friday 8.30pm Compline services via Zoom - please contact Liz or Helen for the code


    Wednesday morning prayer 9am via Zoom - please contact Liz or Helen for the code  

    Gardening Day Saturday 31st October 10am to 1pm - please see future events page for further details


    Sundays - 9am service of the word via Zoom and Parish Eucharist in church at 10.45am - please remember to wear a mask.