St. Paul's is a modern building, built in the 1970s, which replaced an older Victorian 'Commissioners Gothic' building of 100 years earlier. Above the church building are Metropolitan Housing Association flats.
The worship at St. Paul's has always been within the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England. Our current worship style can be described as sacramental, yet vibrant. We celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday with incense and have recently introduce a praise and worship segment within the Eucharist.
St Paul’s Church is a welcoming community of Christians from a diverse background, committed to proclaiming the Good News of God's Kingdom in Tottenham. We strive to love our community, not only through our worship and prayer life but also in practical ways. We aim to live up to our mission tag line “Worship, Teach, Nurture, Serve.”
All people are welcome to worship with us! We are also open for prayers and we have many unannounced visitors through our doors weekly from the local community seeking spiritual and practical help. If you would like to see the Vicar, please give him a call on the number listed on this page.
We enjoy a fruitful relationship and links with our local schools and other organisations, including neighbouring church communities through our Churches Together in Tottenham, with whom we meet and pray with regularly for our community. We also pray regularly for our local organisations, including the drivers from our local bus garage in Northumberland Park.
We are neighbours with Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium and we consider them one of our closest friends. We look forward to strengthening our relationship with them, as and we continue to work together to build a better community.