Public Worship At St Paul's
Following the Government's recent announcement that places of worship may re-open
for public worship from July 4th, St Paul's is considering how best we ensure
maximum safety and minimum risk to all our worshippers. We will let you know
when we are in the position to re-open. In the meantime, as stated above,
we will be open for a couple of hours per week, every Monday, for individuals
to enter for 'Private Prayer'.

During these anxious times, if you have a prayer request,
then please
 hit the button further down to submit it - we'd love to pray for you!

With my continual prayer for us all and our world during these challenging times,

Reverend Phil Sheldrake


“Great Baddow is a wonderful community to live in, and I’m thrilled to be a part of it. St Paul’s belongs to the Great Baddow Team Ministry - three churches working together within the geographic area. A warm welcome always awaits you at St Paul’s! The church family gathers every Sunday from 10am to worship God.”
Reverend Phil Sheldrake


We are committed to Safeguarding children, young people, victims/perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and Vulnerable Adults. The PCC of this church has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England’s website: 
available here

Click on this link below to access Diocesan
Safeguarding information

 Chelmsford Diocese Safeguarding

In case of a safeguarding emergency, dial 999.


Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is: Steve Roberts who may be contacted at church or by email

The Chelmsford Diocesan Safeguarding Team can be contacted at
or call: 01245 294444
or for Social Services Out of Hours, call: 0345 606 1212

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