About St Paul's

St Paul’s has been part of the Hounslow landscape for well over 100 years, but was closed for worship in 2011 with a promise that it wouldn’t stay closed for long.

That promise came true – as St Paul’s officially reopened its doors as a worshipping church in October 2012 through partnership with both Holy Trinity Hounslow and two other churches a little further afield, St Stephen’s in Twickenham and Holy Trinity Brompton. At the invitation of the Bishop of Kensington, who oversees the Anglican churches in Hounslow, Rev'd Libby Etherington led the plant team from 2012 to 2017 and now Rev'd Claire Clarke is leading the continuing work of growing this new expression of St Paul’s. As we seek to grow the work we are involved in, in the church and wider community, we are inviting local businesses and individuals to get involved in supporting the church practically and financially. We are a registered charity working in an area of mixed economy with many struggling financially and emotionally and we would like to do far more in the community if we had the resources. 
Follow the link below to hear about the work we do and it's impact...
Join us on Sunday

Come to our Sunday Café from 10am, and stay for our informal service at 10:30am.

You won't want to miss:

Sunday Service

Every Sunday

Cafe 10am

Service 10.30am

St Paul's Location


Get in touch

If you'd like to talk to someone from the church, please phone our Parish Office: 020 8581 5537 or send us an email.

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St Paul's Church,
Bath Road,
Hounslow West,