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!
For the past few years we have held St Paul's AGM & APCM within the context of worship & the Eucharist. It is hoped that all who are on the Electoral Roll of St Paul's will try and come along but all are welcome whether on the E.R. or not. Most information is written out and we keep them to a minimum; Election of a churchwarden, Assistant Wardens and also PCC members is held. A PCC Report is given by the Vicar plus Presentation of the Accounts.
Come along to this 4pm time that is very relaxed and ideal if you have young children. We do some craft; wordsearch, watch a short dvd clip around the Bible topic; explanation of the story; bubble prayers and then sing 'He's got the whole world in His hands'.
At 5pm we all share in a Bring and Share tea in church.
It is for all ages - come and try it.
Next date is 19th May and then 30 June
All church members encouraged to book in for the mission training evening at the Cathedral on firstname.lastname@example.org It is based around the Word One to One - The Gospel of John book -an excellent resource with questions and answers to equip us to share the Gospel with friends, whatever their age and background.
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.
On the 28th May 1869 at noon the first service was held in St Paul's and so we remember this date today as we also celebrate the 150th anniversary of St Paul's as we have a Eucharist at noon. All are welcome.
At 2pm the church is open for the OASIS Drop In time. Open to all.
See the old Registers from 1869 on display and other memorabilia.
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.