St Paul’s, based in the heart of Worthing town centre, is a multi-purpose arts venue that provides the community with a unique & diverse events space for both charitable & commercial activity.


Background

Originally opened in 1812 as a Chapel, the building later became a Parish Church known as St Paul’s before facing closure in 1996 due to an unsafe roof. After many years of redundancy, a trust was formed to take over the building’s lease; successfully raising funds to repair the dilapidated roof, the building was reopened in 2010 as a community centre.

  • Good food & fantastic coffee.
  • The perfect setting for your event
  • Worthing’s premier community hub.


Today

Today, St Paul’s is recognised as Worthing’s most central, most vibrant community hub. With a café serving fantastic food & drinks daily, an exciting schedule of live music & diverse events, all in a stunning & unique setting, St Paul’s Worthing welcomes visitors from all walks of life.

If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.

 J. R R. Tolkien