Second Sunday of the Season of Creation. Sunday 12 September 2021
First Sunday of the Season of Creation 5 September
World Day of Prayer for Creation 1 September 2021
Sunday in Black Sunday 29 August 2021
Theological Education Sunday 22 August 2021
Disability Awareness Day – Sunday 15 August 2021
Women’s Day Service – Sunday 8 August 2021
Back to Church – Sunday 1 August
Our doors are open Sundays 07:30 and 09:15. (All Covid protocols observed)
Mother’s Day at St Pauls 9 May 2021
Mother’s Day at St Pauls: Ladies planting a rose in honour of their mother. Visitors. Buthelezi family and our sanitation station. Revd Sabelo and Dr Linn Matsebulo at the helpdesk.
Palm Sunday at St Pauls 10 April 2021
Ash Wednesday at St Pauls on 17 February 2021
Ordination at the Cathedral of the Holy Nativity, Pietermaritzburg
The diocesan ordination service took place on 28 November in the Cathedral of the Holy Nativity. Archbishop Thabo Makgoba presided.
Ash Wednesday Services 2020
On Ash Wednesday, 26 February this year, that the church begins its Lenten journey to Easter. It is called Ash Wednesday because during the service ashes (made from the Psalm Crosses used the previous Psalm Sunday) are blessed and placed on people’s foreheads as a sign of repentance.
Launch of “St Paul’s Anglican Church: an official history” by David Hughes at Ikes Books – 31 January
Christmas Eve at St Pauls 2019
At the conclusion of the midnight Christmas Mass at St Paul’s Durban, last night, the Consul General of India, Mr Rajan and his family graciously agreed to a photo shoot.
170th Anniversary Concert
Applause to the Melvin Peters Quartet, German guest Tim Gunther and the St Pauls choir and deep thanks to the wonderful attendees who made this Heritage Day Concert in downtown Durban such a joyous musical occasion.
9th December 2018 Celebration at St Pauls
Palm Sunday 2019
On Saturday , St Pauls’ congregants gathered at the church to make psalm crosses from 08h00-13h00 in preparation of Psalm Sunday and the start of the Holy Week. Palm Sunday commemorates the entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem (Matthew 21:1–9), when palm branches were placed in his path. It thus marks the beginning of Holy Week, the final week of Lent.