Welcome to Our Church

Crossing Cultures with Christ.

About Us

Crossing Cultures with Christ.

St Stephen’s with St Paul’s Church serves the communities of Hyson Green and Forest Fields in Nottingham. We welcome people from all walks of life and from all corners of the globe.

We are a church where people of different cultures, backgrounds, ages and abilities grow together in faith and community knowing Jesus Christ as Lord. We hold services in Urdu twice a year and our music group plays a variety of hymns and worship songs from a variety of traditions and in various languages. We have five midweek Bible study groups, two of which are in the Persian language of Farsi.

The Church is open every day for prayer and quiet refection (enter through the Vine Community Centre).


Prayer Ministry

And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people.” Ephesians 6:18 (NIV)


Here at St Stephens with St Paul’s we offer a variety of ways to offer our prayers up to the Lord

Weekly Schedule

Days and time for  groups & activities


   7.30pm (fortnightly):

Fellowship Groups groups meet in homes for bible study and discussion.


   10am – 10.45am:

Open prayer meeting in church lounge. All welcome.

11am onwards:

Gardening Group. Meet to keep the Church and Vine grounds neat and tidy.

7.30pm (fortnightly):

Fellowships groups meet in homes for bible study and discussion.

  5:00pm – 6.30pm:

Farsi Fellowship Group.

Small group for Farsi speakers incorporating Worship, Bible study and fellowship


  11.00am – 1.00pm: Monthly

Messy Church. St Stephen’s Church and The Vine Community Centre.

Monthly See Events page for dates

For Parents/Carers and children together. Come along for messy crafts, games, songs, stories, lunch and lots of fun. For more details please contact Karen on 0115 9784480.

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.