Welcome to Saint Paul's Parish Church, Whitley Bay

  • Coronavirus - Covid 19: Updated information: 3rd November 2020

    From Thursday 5th November public worship will be once more suspended. The Eucharist will be livestreamed via Zoom and recorded for YouTube as we did during last spring. The church building will be open for private prayer only every Wednesday from 2 until 3 pm. and every Saturday from 10 until 11 am. 

    These coming weeks will be exceedingly difficult for all of us, that’s why The Church of England has called upon all believers to make November a month of prayer. Prayer will hold us together; prayer will sustain ourselves and all those for whom we pray. In this month of prayer, I invite you to pray for our authorities, for the NHS, for all our neighbours and community here in Whitley Bay. Prayer will bring hope and perseverance; never despair nor lose hope. I suggest fixing your eyes, your mind, and your heart in God. Look beyond and see through the eyes of God, this will bring us strength and confidence.

    We are open and here to serve our community. Please, get in touch if you think I can be of assistance. Be assured of my prayers for all of you in these difficult times and always remember the hope and strength of the Saints live in our hearts. The Lord be with you all!

    From the Vicar  Revd John Vilaseca

    St Paul's Church Whitley Bay            0191 252 4916           vilaseca26@yahoo.es


    From November 4th, St Paul's will be open for private prayer only:

    Wednesdays 2pm – 3pm and Saturdays 10am – 11am.


    Coronavirus updates and risk assessments at St Paul's:

    Our Coronovirus updates page gives all the latest Risk Assessments, safety measures and action plans.

    You can also read the latest newsletters, Liturgy of the Word and prayer leaflets, sermons and support information. 

    Watch our short film of how we are welcoming you to a Covid secure church.

    Go to St Paul's YouTube Channel for broadcasts of the weekly eucharists, meditations and much more. This page lists, and has links to, all the available videos. 


    Recent activities at St Paul's

    Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with all the worship, mission and community activities that are continuing at St Paul's.

    Canon Robert Gage preached the sermon for Christ the King on November 22nd and generously shared it for us to read.

    At the Act of Remembrance on Sunday 8th November prayers were said for all those from St Paul's who are commemorated on the War Mememorial.
    During preparations for Remembrance Day, tributes were paid to all those who died in service and rest in peace in St Paul's churchyard.

    On November 1st, candles were lit at the All Soul's service in memory of loved ones who have died.


    Giving to St Paul's

    Please help to support the work of St Paul's by donating by text, online or by credit or debit card. Your help is vital to our mission and work in our community. Donations of any size will be gratefully received and will make a big difference.  Our Giving page gives further details and information about ways to help St Paul's. Thank you.

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    To donate £5 by text simply text

    PAULWB to 70085.

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  • The PCC at St. Paul's is committed to ensuring that we create and maintain a safe place for everyone in our church.  Please follow this link to see the members of our Safeguarding Team, read our Safeguarding Policy and our Safeguarding Terms of Reference.