Small Groups


Following guidance from the government and the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, there will be no St Paul’s Church activities for an indefinite period. This includes face-to-face small group meetings. However small groups will continue to meet and support each other online.

If you are not currently in a small group but would like to be, please email

Here at St Paul’s we want everyone to feel welcome as we seek to bring life, hope and transformation to our church, community and nation.  Meeting together with other Christians is vital to spiritual growth and health and we would love everyone to be in a small group.

Small groups provide more time and space than is available on Sundays, allowing us to grow deeper in our relationships with Jesus and each other.  Our small groups meet on a regular basis at different times through the week to study the Bible, pray and grow together. Many find they provide invaluable support and encouragement on life’s journey.

Our small group leaders

Gavin & Sarah Mack live in the New Malden area where the Bumblers group meets every Wednesday evening.

The group is open to everyone.

Jo Orrell lives in Kingston where the Friday Group meets every Friday lunch time.

This group is just for women who want to get together and study the Bible.

Isobel Johns lives in Kingston and leads Friday Fellowship which meets every other Friday morning in church.

This group is just for older people and has a strong social aspect to it.

Vicky Rolfe lives in New Malden, but the Roots group meets in Kingston every other Tuesday evening.

The group is open to everyone.

Liz Griffin lives in Kingston and leads the Tuesday Group, which meets every Tuesday morning in church.

The group is mainly for older women, but not exclusively.

Maggie Millar lives in Kingston. She leads the Movers and Shakers group which meets every other Wednesday evening at different homes in the area.

It tends to be for retired people but not exclusively.

Dale & Helen Kirk live in the Kingston area where their group meets every other Wednesday evening.

This group is open to everyone.

Jane Heinrichs lives in Kingston and leads Oasis, a Bible study group which meets in church every other Tuesday morning.

This group is mainly for young mums. Childcare is available so mums can bring their little ones.

Andrew and Kate Greenstock live in Kingston. They run the Hold Me Tight relationship course and parenting courses regularly.