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Messy Church to come to St Paul's this January

The annual celebration of St Paul's patron saint is set to be bigger, and messier, than ever as children and families experience the Cathedral like never before.

The feast day of the Conversion of Paul, on Saturday January 25, will see Messy Church come to St Paul's and become Messy Cathedral for the day.

Messy Church is an organisation which seeks to use hands-on activities to explore Bible stories and celebrate all that the Church works to achieve.

Between 2 - 4pm, families with children of all ages are invited to come to St Paul's to take part in a number of activities on the Cathedral floor, including various crafts, banner making and drama, organised by Messy Church and the Cathedral's Schools & Families department.

Then at 4.30pm, the Cathedral will celebrate St Paul's with a Patronal Eucharist service.

The Conversion of Paul celebrates the life of St Paul, who went from being an anti-Christian zealot, named Saul, to an Apostle of Christ.

An ever-present figure in the Bible's New Testament, Paul is seen as one of the most important figures in history of the Christian religion.


All families, Messy Churches and community groups/CE schools are welcome to come along and join in with Messy Cathedral.

Please contact or 0207 246 8353 to register interest for the workshops.