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St. Paul's Church

St Paul's Churchstained glass window

Grade I listed church in Birmingham's only remaining 18th century square, built in 1779, with associations with Matthew Boulton and James Watt. The East Window is a painted account of the conversion of St. Paul copied by Francis Eginton from Benjamin West's original. Also new (2000 AD) a stained glass window with design based on the local jewellery trade.

Detailed Information


St Paul's Square,
B3 1QZ,

Tel 0121 236 7858

or 0121 440 2337

Contact Person(s): David Tomlinson, Vicar
Other contacts appear on the website.

Church Website


  • Free.

Opening Hours

  • All year round
  • Monday-Friday: 10.00am - 5.00pm
  • Sundays before services, from 6pm.
  • For service details and latest opening hours, please check our website.
  • Other times by appointment.


  • leaflet on history and guide to church available.
  • Excellent acoustic for music.
  • Toilets.
  • church and/or small rooms available for hire.


  • Guided tours by arrangement.
  • Open days.
  • Concerts.

Disabled Visitors

  • Disabled access
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Stairlift to west gallery.
  • Wheelchair space always available at concerts, etc.

How to get there:

  • Train: Birmingham Snow Hill Station or Jewellery Quarter Station (approx. 10 minutes' walk from both).
  • Bus: no. 101.
  • Metro Line 1: St. Paul's.
  • Car/coach: off A41 Birmingham-West Bromwich road; route: Hall Street - Caroline Street - St. Paul's Square.


  • Cars: Limited on-street parking in square or in nearby streets. Multi storey car park in Newhall Street. Disabled
    parking only in churchyard by arrangment.
  • Coaches: Limited parking in St. Paul's Square. Or set down/pick up in Square and park in Brewery Street Coach and Lorry Park B6 4HT.

Average Length of Visit

  • 1 hour.