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Small Groups

Small Groups are midweek communities that gather as a place to belong and live out the vision of St Paul’s together; to be a ‘Growing Community, Shaped by Jesus’. Each group spends time together exploring what this looks like in prayer, Bible study, worship and loving those around them. You can find some handy resources here to help your Small Group seek God together.

Get in touch to find more about our Small Groups.

Small Groups


We are a church community that likes to get things done, and we like to get things done together. We have a variety of teams that help make this happen. If you want to get involved and serve with any of the teams, please get in touch and we will let you know more about what’s involved.

Teams at St Paul's

Services Team | Worship Music Team | Maintenance Team

Children & Youth Team | Prayer Ministry Team | Tots Team


Warm Welcome

Warm Welcome takes place at St Paul's every week on a Monday from 5-6:30pm.

It is a free community group which is open to all. We provide a hot meal and refreshments, different crafts each week, sports activities, games, free Wi-Fi and iPads to use.

There is also support available to help access online services, and people who can signpost you to further support where needed.

Keep an eye on the church Facebook page for updates or get in touch to find out more.

Warm Welcome

Ireland Wood Games Community

Ireland Wood Games Community is a friendly and welcoming group for those that like to come together and play modern Board, Card and Table-Top Games. Run through the church at St Paul's, we welcome all to enjoy this social past time together. No need to bring a game, come alone or as a group and play some games with us!

We meet every Monday 7:00-9:45pm.

Ages 16+ Entry is FREE + Tea & Coffee. 

See the Facebook page for updates or get in touch to find out more.

Games Community

St Paul's Kitchen Garden

Part of our grounds have been converted into a fruit and vegetable garden. This is a friendly space where all the work is done by volunteers, either from the local area or from the church. There is always a warm welcome waiting for anyone who would like to visit or join in. No gardening skill is necessary, just an enjoyment of the outdoors!

All the food grown here is either given to food charities such as Foodbank or PAFRAS, or it is distributed among the volunteers.

Sessions run on Thursday mornings, 10:30am-12:30pm, from mid March to October. See our Facebook page for updates, or get in touch to find out more.

Kitchen Garden

Selah - Women's Ministry

Selah is the name for the women's ministry at St Paul’s. Selah is the Hebrew word for pause, praise and reflect. You’ll often find it at the end of the Psalms as a reminder to reflect on the words that have been said, to let the words really resonate with you as you spend time in God’s presence. 

Selah is for any woman, of any age, walk of life and status. We seek to spend time together in God’s presence, being encouraged in our faith, sharing stories of God at work and making new friends. 

We have a variety of events that happen every 6-8 weeks. We alternate between a church setting, where we share food, testimony and pray, and a social, where we meet out and about for various activities suiting a variety of tastes.

If you’d like to join us, please get in touch with Emma and Kat at 

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Selah - Women's Ministry


St Paul's hosts the Ireland Wood outlet of the Leeds North and West Foodbank.

They are open every Thursday morning 10:30-12:30 for donations and collections.

To collect a food parcel you will require a referral - if you have a support worker or agency please talk to them about getting a referral. Alternatively call or email Leeds North and West Foodbank and they can talk through your situation and put you in touch with a relevant local agency.

Debt advice service Money Buddies is also onsite fortnightly for those who need it. If they are not available on the week that you visit, the Foodbank team can help you book an appointment for another week.


Baby Basics

Baby Basics is a volunteer run project which works with healthcare professionals to deliver essential basic equipment to pregnant ladies in need. Most of the referrals are for refugees, asylum seekers, women escaping domestic violence, teenage mums, and those on limited income.

Baby Basics Leeds is based at St Paul's Church.

To find out more, or how to donate, visit the Baby Basics Leeds Facebook page.

Baby Basics
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