St. Paul’s Church, Newtown

A warm and welcoming Victorian era church dating from the Victorian period, St. Paul’s was constructed in the late 1890s to look after the booming holiday trade as Great Yarmouth expanded towards neighbouring Caister-on-Sea. Sitting on what was then a heath of sand dunes, it is now at the heart of a thriving suburban community.

To read some of the fascinating history of St. Paul’s Church, click here to access Norfolk Churches website.

Our 9.30am Sunday services take place on alternate Sundays and midweek services on alternate Wednesdays at 10.15am. If you are travelling a long way to join us, please contact the Parish Office to confirm timings beforehand.

Attached to the church are the Irene Beckett meeting room for small church groups and a large, heated popular community church hall serving the residents of the whole Newtown area. Facilities include a raised stage, kitchen, toilets, gardens and car park. If you would like to enquire about a booking, please email the Parish Office (click here) or call 01493 858410.

Regular church groups and parish activities include Friday morning coffee stop, Women’s Fellowship, prayer groups, Saturday sales, Church fayres, bingo and historical talks.

Church hall community groups include Rainbows and Brownies, Mums & Toddlers, dance and keep fit groups, Gateway Club amongst others.

The local contact for St. Paul’s is Michael Hewitt on 01493 855420 or Tony Harris on 07563 624930.

You can find St. Paul’s in Salisbury Road, Newtown, Great Yarmouth NR30 4LH