Come along to this midweek service. Around 17 or more come to share in this special time.
This time to relax and chat with a cup of tea or coffee and cake is held monthly. Open to everyone from 2pm to 3.30pm. This month there will be some entertainment from children at Zig Zag Nursery, who meet in St Paul's Church Hall. They want to sing some Christmassy songs and carols and also will be bringing some mincepies. Look forward to seeing you.
Next OASIS is on January 31st.
Lighting our 3rd Advent Candle. There is a strong possibility of Canon Ian Silk sharing about his recent mission visit to Uganda.
Please come and share in this special service with carols and readings for Advent and to hear the children's choir from Fulbridge Academy.
Mulled juice and mincepies after the service.
Extra parking available in the Post Office Club car park opposite the playpark-BOURGES BOULEVARD side.
This is our last Eucharist in Advent as the 24th is Christmas Eve.
Come along to hear our last Advent readings.
A special service, ideal for those with children but all ages will enjoy singing some children's carols, hearing about the nativity journey of Mary and Joseph, the birth of Jesus, the angels appearing to the shepherds and visiting the stable.The wise men even appear.
Children can come dressed as angels or shepherds or wise men.
A must for Christmas Eve.
Candles, carols, readings, the Eucharist, the stable with baby Jesus. A traditional Christmas Eve Eucharist service to once again remind us of the wonder and joy of Jesus coming into our world as a baby..the Son of God.....don't forget that Christmas Starts with Christ...
have you seen all the banners with that message on - 8 are on the lamp posts down Bourges Boulevard into the city; over 30 local churches are also displaying banners with CSWC on them.
Every blessing at Christmas to you and all whom you love. From St Paul's
A day to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
Come along to the Eucharist, sing some carols and receive not only the Christmas Spirit but the Holy Spirit of God - what better gift ?
Every blessing on this blessed day. It is holy unto the Lord.
After the busyness of Christmas come and be refreshed at the 10.30am Eucharist service.
Come along to this annual New Year's Eve Celebration service in the Cathedral. 6.30-8pm. Worship by Steve Warburton and band; speakers: Canon Sarah Brown-Cathedral's Canon Missioner; Ken Pullen who heads up Peterborough Christians Against Poverty; speaker from Kairos, Prison Ministry & also speaker from The Light Project in Peterborough. There are also Prayer Stations from many of the Christian ministries happening locally where we can have more informed prayer at the time of prayer. Service led by Rev Ron Watkinson-Chair of Hope4 Peterborough Steering Group.
This is St Paul's 150th anniversary year. Come along this Sunday as we look forward to reaching out more this year to our community with the Gospel.
St Paul's is having a PRAYER DROP IN DAY. Come to Church between 1.30pm and 3.30pm and/or from 7.30pm-9pm. Prayer is vital and key for us as a church and for each one of us personally. At the beginning of 2019 we have lots to give thanks for and to pray for. Please come along when you can to add to this corporate time of prayer to God.
4-5pm all welcome to this monthly T@4 ...with an activity related to an event in the Bible; with Wordsearch; colouring sheets; short dvd clip & brief talk; bubble prayers and end with the T@4 song 'His got the whole world in His hands'. At 6pm we then have a Bring and Share Tea, still in the church.
Relaxed and informal time for everyone who comes.
All welcome. A time to relax in a safe space sharing tea/coffee and cake together round cafe tables.
Other dates are 14 Feb and 21st March
All welcome. Begins at 4pm - 5pm with a craft activity; a dvd clip from a bible event + a short talk; bubble prayers and the T@4 song 'His got the whole world in His hands'. At 6pm we have a Bring and Share Tea, sitting around the cafe tables in church. Come and try it !
All welcome to a 3pm service to celebrate marriage and renewing of marriage vows. Whether married many years or 1yr; whether married in a church, a Registry Office or in a hotel or abroad, all are welcome.
If you have a wedding dress we can display over the weekend then please contact Val on 314117 asap as we want to have an exhibition of wedding dresses and memorabilia.
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.
Easter Sunday is a very special time - celebrating our Risen Lord Jesus.
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.