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St. Paul's Church

St Paul's Churchstained glass window

Grade I listed church in Birmingham's only remaining 18th century square, built in 1779, with associations with Matthew Boulton and James Watt. The East Window is a painted account of the conversion of St. Paul copied by Francis Eginton from Benjamin West's original. Also new (2000 AD) a stained glass window with design based on the local jewellery trade.

Detailed Information


St Paul's Square,
B3 1QZ,

Tel 0121 236 7858

Contact Person(s): David Tomlinson, Vicar
Other contacts appear on the website.

Church Website


  • Free.

Opening Hours

  • All year round
  • 11-2 pm Monday to Friday.
  • Sundays before the service from 9.30 am.
  • At other times by arrangement.


  • Leaflet on the history and guide to church available.

    Excellent acoustic for music.


    Church as whole, and separate spaces available for hire, for concerts (the acoustic for music is outstanding), heritage, and community activities.


  • Mid-day prayer at 12.30 pm on Monday and Wednesday.

    Sunday at 10.30 am Holy Communion;

    Baptisms, weddings, and funeral by arrangement.

    Guided tours by arrangement.

Disabled Visitors

  • Disabled access
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Wheelchair space always available at concerts, etc.

How to get there:

  • Train: Birmingham Snow Hill Station or Jewellery Quarter Station (approx. 10 minutes' walk from both).
  • Bus: no. 101.
  • Metro Line 1: St. Paul's.
  • Car/coach: off A41 Birmingham-West Bromwich road; route: Hall Street - Caroline Street - St. Paul's Square.


  • Cars: Limited on-street parking in square or in nearby streets. Multi storey car park in Newhall Street. Disabled
    parking only in churchyard by arrangment.
  • Coaches: Limited parking in St. Paul's Square. Or set down/pick up in Square and park in Brewery Street Coach and Lorry Park B6 4HT.

Average Length of Visit

  • 1 hour.