St Stephen with St Paul's church grew out of a recognised need for mission in the growing community of Hyson Green more than 125 years ago. Today, while the landscape and diversity of the area has
changed, Christ's love and teachings are as central and vital as ever to meeting the needs of our community.
St Paul's church on St Paul's Avenue, Hyson Green, was built in 1844 but by the 1880s a further church was needed in order to accommodate the growing population. The Nottingham Spiritual Aid and Church Extension Society, founded in 1882, funded a curate, the Rev Silas Edge,
(This history is taken from a longer article about St Stephen's from Southwell and Nottingham
Church History Project)
The Parochial Church Council (PCC)
The PCC is responsible for the financial affairs of the church. It also has responsibility for the care and maintenance of the church fabric and its contents, through the churchwardens and other volunteers.The PCC has a voice in the forms of service used by the church and may make representations to the bishop and deanery synod on matters affecting the welfare and pastoral care of the parish. The PCC usually meets six times a year. Copies of the Annual Report and financial statements are available in church. Copies of the minutes are held in the church office.
PCC meetings for 2017:
In the Church Lounge starting at 7:30 p.m.
Bobbers Mill Road
Answer Machine out of office hours.
Office Opening hours
Tues - Friday 10am - 1pm