Dear Brothers and Sisters

Father Clement
Father Clement Nyarko

You are most welcome to our beautiful parish of St Paul’s in Cheshunt. I am delighted to have you join our parish family. At St Pauls we know that we are all individual parts of the mystical Body of Christ. Working together, we find great joy in doing God’s work here on earth. I invite and encourage you to join us.

If there is anything I can do to help you in your journey to grow closer to God, please do not hesitate to contact me. Our parish is proud to offer many opportunities for parishioners to come together in faith. However, if there is a personal or family need that requires individual attention,
please know our parish staff and I are always here to assist you.

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News – In and around the Parish

  • Bishops’ Synodal Pathway Report
    The Bishops’ Synodal Pathway Report, sent to the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales on […]
  • Lent and Holy Week Schedule 2022
    Please see below the schedule for services during Lent and Holy Week. You do not have […]
  • Encountering the Spirit – Lent faith sharing resource
    This resource has been produced by the Agency for Evangelisation team, and it is offered to encourage and enable the continuation of “spiritual conversations” begun during the parish.
  • Novena to St. Joseph
    ‘Everyone can find in Saint Joseph, the man who goes unnoticed, the man of daily presence, of discreet and hidden presence, an intercessor, a support and a guide in times of difficulty. He reminds us that all those who are seemingly hidden or in the “second row” are unparalleled protagonists in the history of salvation’ – Pope Francis
  • Nicholas Breakspear School – Open Evenings
    The Open Evening was held on Thursday October 7th but there will be Open Mornings during the week commencing 11th and 18th of October. The school can be contacted at
  • First Holy Communion Course 2021/22
    A new course for preparation for the First Holy Communion began on October 3rd in the Church. The class will run between the two Masses (9:45-10:45am). The course is for children not attending a Catholic school who are in year 3 or above.