The journey through university has many ups and downs and our prayer is that every student at St Paul’s finds family in our community and ultimately gets to know Jesus more through their time at university. 

As a students at St. Paul’s, we want to do all we can to make sure that you feel totally part of St Paul’s family. 

Adopt a Student

Every students at St Paul’s has the opportunity to be “adopted” by a family in the church. Your adoptive church parents will commit to praying for you and supporting you. They will also (very importantly) feed you regularly! 

Mid-Week Small Groups

At St Paul’s we don’t run specific student small groups, as we want our students to get stuck into the wider Church Family. We really encourage students to attend a small group. These happen all across Cheltenham on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. Small Groups provide a great opportunity to meet people from the wider church family, to support and pray for each other and to go deeper with Jesus. 

Monthly Student Nights with Trinity, Cheltenham

This year, we are excited to join with our sister church, Trinity, for a Students Night on the first Thursday of the month. At our Student Nights, we will share a meal, spend time in prayer and sung worship and hear a talk on topics relevant to living out our faith at uni. Join us in the Schoolhouse Cafe from 7:30pm – the dates this term are Thursday 4th November and Thursday 2nd December.

Student Lunches

Throughout the term we like to take time to build community. A great way of doing this is at our student lunches after the 10:30am Sunday Gathering (where the lasagne is legendary- one day you can try it!!) – this term these will be on Sunday 26th September, Sunday 17th October and Sunday 14th November. 

We will finish off this term with our Students’ Christmas Dinner on Thursday 9th December – expect plenty of pigs in blankets, crackers, Christmas music quizzes and more!

If you want to get involved, find out more or grab a coffee, then please sign up below and we will get in touch with all the information about what’s going on.