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St Paul, Church Crescent

St Paul, Church Crescent, Seacombe, Wirral CH44 7AY View on map

St Paul, was built to the design of Mr John Hay, the foundation laid on the 6th June 1846, the church was consecrated 12th Oct 1847; the spire has been rebuilt and is 120 feet high. The sanctuary is dominated by a stained glass window depicting St Paul, and the chancel has recently been re-ordered. There are many tables, acknowledging gifts in memory of loved ones.


  • Grant Recipient: St Pauls Seacombe PCC
  • Contact for access: Mrs Janet Poole
  • 0151 638 4927

Opening Arrangements

Friday: March - November, 9am - 3pm.


Follow signs to Spaceport Seacombe Ferry. St Pauls is 150 yards from ferry. Rail: Hamilton Square, Bus: 409, 411, 423, 413

Parking Spaces


Church entrance and inside church.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes