Come along to enjoy chatting over a cup of tea or coffee with cake and biscuits. Very relaxed. A safe space to be. Held monthly in the church.
T@4 is the monthly service that is very relaxed and is ideal for all ages but especially if you have young children.
Crafts, Wordsearch, colouring, dvd clip, bubble prayers, short reflection on a bible story. At 5pm we have some food.
Those who enquire for christenings (baptism) or couples wanting to be married in St Paul's and have young children, are encouraged to try and come to this monthly time of 'church'
2019 is the year that all C of E churches have to do a totally new Church electoral Roll. On March 3rd we had the Forms available to fill in and the last date is 4th April. No more new names can go on until after the APCM on 28 April and then they have to be put before the new PCC when they have their meetings. The forms have on the them information about who is eligible to be on the Roll. We would stress it is for those who are able to worship here regularly and contribute through prayer & giving and serving unless prevented from doing so through illness or other valid reason. The Roll numbers have to be sent to the Diocese and the national church as a true record of our worshipping congregation.
The service begins with the Blessing of the Palms and walking outside (weather permitting) as a witness to the community. Come along and join in.
This marks the beginning of Holy Week. Services every day.
- 'FOOD FOR THOUGHT'
- We are planning a light meal in church to which guests can be invited. Start from 5pm with food followed by a guest speaker sharing about 'His story'. Finish approx just after 7 pm.
- No charge but there will be a basket out for donations. All are welcome. Please let Val Watkinson on 314117 know if you would like to come along or there will be a list in church to sign.
As part of our Easter Mission we are having
An INVITATION to Breakfast with a speaker .
9.15am in church for the MEN....
9.15am at The Vicarage for the LADIES.
Finish about 11.15am.
To book in just email Val on email@example.com
Walk of Witness around the Triangle that St Paul's is on and at 2pm our GOOD FRIDAY 'STATIONS OF THE CROSS' service. A hymn and bible reading with short reflection at each of the plaques on the walls that take us on the journey Jesus had to the Cross & crucifixion. At 3pm all invited to stand 'under the cross' at the entrance to the Sanctuary and to have Prayers for Healing.
After the prayers there is tea/coffee and hot cross buns.
Using homes of church members there will be 3 or so locations to meet for a chat over a meal and to hear from one of the mission team members.
Numbers limited at each home and so let us know if you are interested. Ring the Vicarage on 314117.
Invites will be given out by Host Homes to join them for a supper and hear from a mission team member about his story with Jesus. Ring The Vicarage on 314117 if you would like to know more.
Easter Sunday is a very special time - celebrating our Risen Lord Jesus. Come along to our Eucharist Service - as we rejoice on this special day to remember the resurrection of Jesus. During the service one of the mission team members will be the speaker & an invite will be offered to help you draw closer to Jesus, perhaps for the first time for you or maybe a second or third time - Jesus doesn't count, He just opens his arms wide to receive you.
An INVITATION to tea and cake while visiting St Paul's to see the Easter flowers and enjoy the beauty of the church and to chat to church members.
All welcome to come along to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and cake and biscuits chatting to others. Very relaxed and peaceful as we meet in church, but lots of laughter. Come and try it - mostly older people with lots to talk about!
Bishop John is the speaker as we celebrate that on 28th May 1869 St Paul's was consecrated and opened in this new parish of New England. We hope many old as well as new people to the parish will come to share in this special time. Details early in 2019.
If you have got connections (births, marriages, confirmation, baptism, funerals, etc) with St Paul's we especially would like to hear from you as soon as possible.
150years ago in 1869 on this day at noon, St Paul's was consecrated as the parish Church of New England. Prior to Oasis today we plan to meet in church for 12 noon to give thanks for the Consecration day. All will be welcome & afterwards a light lunch in church.
Colin Fraser, a Railway Mission Chaplain is the speaker at the service today. The Railway Mission is one of the 12 or more charities that St Paul's gives donations to.
All welcome to book up for our coach trip to Hunstanton.
The sooner the better - just contact Val on 314117.
Usually leave from Hunstanton about 4.15pm. Usually about £8 each if we fill the coach we may be able to reduce the price for children.
A welcome return from The Wandering Minstrels whose superb singing & acting brings the songs and music of Gilbert & Sullivan to life.
This Anniversary Concert is not only a fundraiser but is also in memory of Harry and Gwen Hurst as their son, Tim Hurst-Brown, is one of the singers. We are planning that this Concert launches an Organ Fund for a new organ dedicated to this couple who were so dedicated in their work and ministry at St Paul's for many, many years. Book the date - Sat 19 October 2019 and let us know how many tickets you will need. Details of cost of ticket tbc
Simon is a speaker from 'Chosen People'....Jews who believe that Jesus is the Messiah. Orthodox Jews do not believe that Jesus is the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament.