Our History

& Buildings

The Church was built in 1905 in Gothic style and has a Large Hall (which served as the original church when it was built in 1901). The Sanctuary, hall and other buildings are Grade II listed with an exterior of red brick and white Portland stone. Internally there are attractive stained glass windows, including memorial windows, and superb wood carvings.

To learn more, you can explore these archive files:

An 'Allen' Organ speaks beautifully into the worship space - hear a clip here:             

Originally a Presbyterian Church of England pastorate; a national union with the Congregational Church in England and Wales in 1972, saw us become a United Reformed Church

To hire our historic buildings, visit our 'Venue Hire' page for more details.


Take a look at 'A virtual tour of St Paul's', which we created for a 'Zoom' social event during the 2020 lockdown: