St Paul's Durban

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St Paul's History

The parish of St Paul's falls under the Anglican Church of Southern Africa; it was established on 11 June 1849.
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Guilds & Groups

There are many ways to get involved with ministry at St Paul's. As a member of our community, we ask you to make use of your gifts and talents to the glory of God.


We welcome visitors. Please come and join us for our services. We would like you to feel at home.

Welcome to St Paul's Church

Welcome to St Paul's Church, located in the centre of Durban, not far from the Indian Ocean on the east coast of South Africa. Worshipping in the city since 1854, we are a diverse Christian community that seeks to be faithful to God in following Jesus in our context through the guidance and empowerment of the Holy Spirit.

As part of the vision of the Diocese of Natal in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa we seek to be a loving community that serves our neighbourhood and beyond. We aim to nurture spiritual growth within our members and to work for justice, reconciliation and peace in our society.

Welcoming You

This website gives a picture of the different aspects of our church life, and describes various opportunities for those who would like to be involved in the mission and ministry of the church.

Service times, both on a Sunday and during the week, are provided. You are most welcome to attend our services. If you wish to visit the church outside of the services times please make an arrangement with the church office for visiting.

We look forward to welcoming you.


Worship with us at 7:30am and 9:15am.

For more information about our services contact:
031 305 4666 /

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