Our mission statement:
A family of faith sharing the love of Christ with each other, the community and the world.
Where we started
St Paul’s United Reformed Church is descended from the first church established in Bracknell in 1825, but we have come a long way in the intervening years.
Having once been in the old High Street in the town centre, the present church in Harmans Water was dedicated in September May 1970. The congregation is part of the United Reformed Church which was formed when the Congregational and the Presbyterian Churches united in 1972.
When the church in the High Street closed, the remains of the forty six men, women and children who had been buried in the graveyard were moved to Easthampstead Park Cemetery. They are commemorated on a stone near the entrance to Easthampstead Park Cemetery.
On 21 October 2018 we held a memorial service for those forty six men, women and children at Easthampstead Park Cemetery.
Where we are now
We are a church which welcomes everyone to worship God, and learn more about the Christian faith. Our congregation includes people from many different Christian backgrounds as well as those who are new to the faith. We have activities and events for people of all ages.