St Paul’s & St George’s Church has a fascinating past, but, even more importantly, a lively and relevant present. A remarkable church designed by Archibald Elliott, 1818, in perpendicular Gothic with octagonal corner turrets, pierced parapets and crocketted finials. Matching sanctuary added by Peddie & Kinnear, 1892. In 2008 Lee Boyd Architects fulfilled the Church’s project vision to make the building fit for a contemporary role and to sustain its use as a place of congregation for years to come.
The churches vision is that we are called to be whole life disciples, sharing the whole of the gospel, through churches of grace. Our strategy from this is:
discipleship – developing pathways for spiritual formation
social transformation – establishing a social transformation ministry
theological training – establishing a theological training centre
Sunday: 9.00 am (traditional communion), 11.00am and 7.00pm (worship service)
Not open except for events and services
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