ABOUT

THE REVEREND CANON'S WELCOME

Welcome to St Paul’s. We thank you for visiting this site and hope that very soon we will have the opportunity to greet you personally. Our Cathedral today is a place of quiet and the sharing of values in which you can escape from the busy life outside to simply reflect or worship. Services are attended by people of many nations who are visiting Malta. That is one of the joys I have of being Canon here. St Paul’s is a place for all. Of course, this church has its own history, some periods of which have been momentous in a world context. Throughout that time, St Paul’s has served the community around it and stands as a place of memory to honour those who sacrificed their lives for a better today. It is also very much a living church touching the lives of its parishioners from birth onwards and making its very own contribution to the cultural life of the island through its choral concerts and organ recitals. Please do visit us and discover for yourself how an Anglican church with its own distinctive spire, the idea of an English Queen of German origin and designed by a naval architect, became an instantly recognised part of the famous Valletta skyline.

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THE REVEREND CANON SIMON GODFREY, SSC

SAFEGUARDING

We would like to remind you that within our Chaplaincy we take Safeguarding very seriously. The Safeguarding Officer is Susan Warner, who can be reached on +356 79074152 or via email on susanwarner76@gmail.com 

SERVING THE COMMUNITY

  • Chancellor: The Reverend Canon Simon Godfrey
  • Assistant Priest: The Reverend Peter Packer
  • Reader: Mr Michael Collins
  • Church Wardens: Mrs Bernice Caruana, Mr Simon Walker
  • Chaplaincy Council Secretary: Mrs Barbara Day
  • Chaplaincy Treasurer: Mr Christian Gravina
  • Cathedral Friends Secretary: Mr Simon Walker

THE ANGLICAN CHURCH IN MALTA

St Paul’s Pro-Cathedral in Valletta and the congregation of Our Lady and St George in Victoria Gozo are Anglicanism’s expression in the Maltese archipelago. We are part of the Diocese in Europe, which is the most recently created of the forty-four dioceses of the Church of England. As the Anglican Church in Malta and Gozo we exist primarily to serve members not only of the Church of England but also of the rest of the Anglican Communion. We  welcome English speaking Christians of other denominations. We have members of the Church who are Maltese and from other countries often here whilst working, studying, or on holiday.