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.
The University’s church services are now open to the public again. Extensive hygiene rules and preventive measures apply. Since the number of places is limited, we advise you to arrive early to avoid disappointment. Please note the coronavirus information (in German).
The altar area will be open to the public after the University’s church service on the following Sundays:
- 20 September 2020
- 27 September 2020
- 4 October 2020
- 11 October 2020.
Subject to change.
First admission is after the church service at around 12 noon. It will also be possible to enter at approximately 12.30pm, 1pm and 1.30pm. The building will close at 2pm.
A supervisor from the Kustodie will be happy to answer your questions about the works of art.
Please remember your face covering.
Would You Like to Hold an Event at the Paulinum?
The Paulinum can be used for events again, provided that a suitable hygiene concept has been confirmed by the City of Leipzig. Our event management team will be happy to offer a personal consultation and answer any questions you may have.
Experience the assembly hall and altar area in a virtual 360° tour. Use the arrows to switch between the different spaces.
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.