St Paul’s, Park Lane, Tottenham

St. Paul's Church, with its rich history, and neighbour to the Tottenham Spurs Football club, has been an integral part of our community since the mid 19th Century. The original church building, dating back to 1858-1859 on Park Lane, N17 was built from Kentish stone and consecrated in 1859 as one of the “Commissioners churches”. However, it made way for the current building, nestled amidst a block of flats, thoughtfully constructed by the Metropolitan Housing Association in 1976. This development was a response to the pressing social housing crisis of the time.

Our worship at St. Paul's unfolds each Sunday within the cherished Anglo-Catholic Tradition, characterized by the reverent practices of Holy Communion, the resonance of bells, and the fragrance of incense. Our Sundays are often filled with joyful celebrations, with lots of children and young people and warm hospitality. Everyone is warmly encouraged to join us in these uplifting moments of faith and fellowship and you will not be disappointed with the number of social gatherings and celebrations enjoyed on those special occasions, involving cuisines from all over the world. St Paul’s is a place of bonding and belonging and all are welcome to be part of this wonderful church family.