Pew sheets (Orders of Services)

Please, feel free to download, read or print out the following Orders of Services.
Should you wish to, they will help you to familiarise with worship at St. Paul's.

You can find times and brief descriptions for each service in the "Services -> What and When?" menu.

Low Mass

Short, simple weekday Eucharist with readings and Communion. No hymns, and usually no sermon. Lasts approx. 25 mins.

Sung Mass

Sundays and some Feasts on weekdays. Approx. 1 hour long sung Mass with hymns, incense, choir, sermon.

Requiem Mass

Said or sung Mass, with prayers offered for the dead. Sometimes hymns are sung, and sermon is preached.

Anointing Mass

Simple, weekday said Mass (no hymns, no sermon) with prayers for the sick. All those who wish, can be prayed for and anointed with oil.

Evensong and Benediction

Psalms and readings from the Book of Common Prayer (traditional language), with prayers in front of the Blessed Sacrament.

Holy Rosary

Meditative prayer (20-25 mins.) about the mysteries of Jesus' life.

Litanies of the Sacred Heart

A short prayer of invocations and praises to Jesus' Heart, the symbol of His love for us.

Litanies of Our Lady

Short invocations to praise God and his gifts he wanted to bestow upon Mary.

Litanies of St. Joseph

Short prayers and invocations that praise God and his providence in giving St. Joseph to Mary as her loving husband, to the Church as her Protector, to us as example and spiritual foster-father.

St Paul's

St Paul’s is a lively, forward-looking Anglican church in the Catholic tradition. We are affiliated to the Society of St Wilfrid and St Hilda and our PCC has passed the resolution seeking episcopal oversight from the Bishop of Ebbsfleet.

We are part of the diocese of Salisbury and the Deanery of Weymouth and Portland. We maintain very close links with our Voluntary Aided School, Beechcroft St. Paul’s. 

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