As a venue for academic events, university church services, university concerts and events with our partners, the Paulinum is a stimulating meeting place for university members, residents of the city of Leipzig and guests from all over the world.
Due to recent pandemic developments, the University church services are once again being held as online services. The assembly hall and altar area will remain closed until further notice.
University vespers during the lecture period: Wednesdays at 6pm
University service on Sundays and public holidays: 11am, then open to the public until 1pm.
The Paulinum is currently closed to the public. The assembly hall and altar area will remain closed until further notice.
Unfortunately, due to how the pandemic is progressing it is currently not possible to hold events in the Paulinum. We are pleased to accept bookings for events from March 2021 and subsequent years, and will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding the execution of your event idea, even in these uncertain times.
About the Paulinum
The Paulinum – Assembly Hall and University Church of St. Paul is the resurrected intellectual and spiritual centre of our university. Architecturally reminiscent of the university church demolished in 1968, it houses numerous art treasures that were saved from destruction.