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  • Please look at our Facebook page for details of services, St. Paul’s Church   https://www.facebook.com/stpaulsbirkenshaw/ 

    St Paul's is an Anglican church in the Diocese of Leeds We are a friendly parish and we can assure you of a warm welcome.

    There is always something going on at St Paul's. We try to make our worship accessible, understandable and relevant to life in the 21st Century.

    We are committed to being at the heart of our local community and throughout the week various groups meet in our building, our Church Life pages have full details.

    Families and young people are always welcome and well catered for at our services, see our Children and Young People pages for more information.

    We are also always happy to have a chat with you about Baptisms (Christenings), Confirmation, Weddings or Funerals.

    We look forward to welcoming you to our churches.

    The Parish of Birkenshaw with Drub, East Bierley & Hunsworth Annual Reports and Statement of Financial activities for the year ended 31st December 2021 can be accessed via:




    St Pauls Church Birkenshaw is committed to the protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults and ensuring the wellbeing of all who attend the Church. If you have any concerns please contact our PCC appointed Safeguarding Officer Nick Wright nicholash_wright@hotmail.co.uk. Our Policy Statement and Whos Who re Safeguarding at St Pauls Church can be located in the Safeguarding Folder.

    Up to date information regarding Safeguarding can be found at Diocesan Safeguarding Information . For advice on Safeguarding issues please telephone 0113 353 0257 or email safeguarding@leeds.anglican.org 

    The Diocesan Safeguarding Team contacts are:

    Jenny Leccardi 07872 005189

    Narinder Lyon 07872 005309

    Carla Darbyshire 07399 809732

    National Helpline Numbers

    Childline 0800 1111

    NSPCC 0808 500 800

    Samaritans 08457 909090

    Kirklees Social Services

    Childrens 01484 456848

    Adult 01484 414933

    Domestic Violence Helpline 0800 200 0247





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