Virtual Tour Around St. Paul's
Welcome to our 'Virtual Tour' page. All of the photographs* below can be expanded by simply clicking on them.
View from the back
On entering St. Paul's you are greeted with a wonderful mix of eclectic colours, leading to the magnificent main window [which you'll hopefully have spotted on our 'home' page].
Upon venturing a little further, a number of traditional items come into sight, such as the pulpit, lectern, altar and reredos.
Turning slightly to your right, you can see the wonderful pillars and archways.
Turning fully to your right, this is the view you're met with. As you can see, we catch our first sight of the beautiful stained glass work.
Let's have a closer look at some of that wonderful stained glass work. In fact, why not have a closer look next time you're actually there?
Things you may have missed
There are many examples of fine art work in the church building which are easy to miss. Below is just one of them - a 'corbel' engraved with the monogram of 'Alpha'.
View from the front
If you're thinking of either getting married here or having your children baptised, or if you happen to be interested in joining the choir, this is the view that you'll see.
*All photographs taken by Kieran Wright.