Diary

September 2017

26th - 7:30pm
Call to Prayer evening by HOPE4Peterborough. Venue: St Mary's, Boongate

All welcome to the HOPE4 Peterborough Call to Prayer evening being held in St Mary's Church, Boongate, Peterborough. Parking limited at church -  can use public car parks opposite the church. Time of worship; hear about the different inner city ministries; time to pray on your own and in small groups.  Everyone who believes in the power of prayer are asked to try and get along please.

See Hope4peterborough  website

October 2017

1st - 10:30am
HARVEST SUNDAY service at 10.30am + a Bring & Share Lunch

We are celebrating Harvest and invite people to bring tinned items or items that the Foodbank require (not fresh veg or fruit). After the service we have a Bring and Share Lunch (12.30 ish)- we will need to know by the week prior those who will come and whether you will bring a savoury or a dessert dish please.

 

4th - 10:30am
Weds said Eucharist at 10.30am followed by coffee & tea

Time to have a cup of tea or coffee and usually some home-made cake or biscuits.

4th - 11:30am
4 Oct 11.30am Coffee Morning in support of MacMillan Cancer Support-

St Paul's hopes you can share in supporting this Coffee Morning in the church from 11.30am-12.30 approx.

Car park beside the church.  The usual Weds Eucharist is at 10.30am-11.20am to which all are welcome to come to prior. Cakes and items welcome to sell. Details from Val Watkinson 01733 314117 or valwatkinson@yahoo.com

 

 

 

19th - 2:00pm
OASIS Time in St Pauls - drop in from 2pm - 3.30pm. Chat and cuppa

All welcome to this safe place. Time to sit and relax and chat; have a coffee or tea and a cake or biscuit. Books to browse; Chill out.

28th - 7:30pm
Soul Survivor Celebration event for 11-18's but all welcome

This event is being held in Kingsgate Church at Parnwell. 7.30-9.30pm. Free entry if you book via www.soulsurvivorcelebration.eventbrite.co.uk   or £3 on the door.

For more info see www.hoperevpeterborough.org.uk

29th - 4:00pm
4pm 'T@4' Church in St Paul's especially suitable for families but all welcome

Our monthly church time which is ideal if you have young children although we do have all ages, up to over 80yrs, who come along!

Relaxed, fun, Christian craft activity, wordsearches, bubbles prayer, 3 min dvd, song. At 5pm we have a bring and share tea together in the church.

Come along and try it - invite others along.

 

 

November 2017

5th - 10:30am
10.30am Eucharist service with a Speaker today from CROPS

Come and hear from Nigel Taylor a Trustee of CROPS. CROPS is a local charity,going for around 25yrs, that works with young people by going into local schools - primary & senior schools; holding events monthly; organising Houseparty's away; teaching about the Christian faith in a relevant way and much more. Do come along to hear more.