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Welcome to the home page of St. Paul's Church, Oldham. St Paul's is one of many parish churches in the Church of England. It is part of the Diocese of Manchester.
St. Paul's church building stands on the corner of Ashton Road and Broadway Street Oldham.
Please note that this is the website for St. Paul's, Oldham - not St. Paul's, Royton.
We aim to live out the Christian Gospel faithfully, as individuals and as a community. We offer a range of activities for children and adults.
For any information regarding times of church services, uniformed organisations, church activities or parish personnel etc. please select the appropiate button on the left-hand side navigation list.
For information about booking a Baptism (Christening), Marriage or Renewal of Marriage Vows, please look under "Special Services" in the navigation menu on the left. Or you can contact Nick, the Vicar, by or by phone on 0161 624 1068. Details on how to organise a Funeral will appear soon.
To see a larger version of any picture on this website, simply click on it.
This year we are giving any food received to The Booth Centre and Oldham Food Bank.
The Booth Centre say
By donating goods to the centre you can help us to feed and care for vulnerable homeless people in Manchester. We are always in need of:
- Food - including fresh fruit, cheese, biscuits, cakes, tinned goods (ham, corned beef, stewing steak, tuna, custard, rice pudding, vegetables and fruit) and cook-in sauces.
- Drinks - including tea, coffee, sugar, hot chocolate and cup-a-soups
- Toiletries - particularly men's razors, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes and toothpaste
- Socks, hats and gloves
Oldham Food Bank request: Milk(UHT or powdered); Sugar (500g); Long life fruit juice; Tins of Soup; Pasta sauces; Sponge pudding (tin); Tinned Tomatoes; Breakfast cereals; Tinned Rice pudding; Tea Bags; Jar of instant coffee; Instant mash potato; 500gms Rice; 500gms Pasta; Tinned meat/fish; Tinned fruit; Jar of Jam; Packets of biscuits; Snacks
Both of these projects do very good work among the needy. They are specific in their requests so that the best use can be made of any donations. Please give generously.