HOLY WEEK WITH ST PAUL’S
Join us this Holy Week as we seek to follow in the footsteps of Christ. Feel free to dip in and out as it suits your schedule and meets your spiritual needs. Drop us a Facebook private message (PM) if you’d like further details. Click to ‘Like’ our Facebook page: Read...
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Remember Me
Remember Me: St Paul’s Lenten Learning for our kids! During Lent 2020, the children of St Paul’s will learn about the eight parts of our Anglican Holy Communion Service. This is is interactive and creative, with the aim of including our children in our regular worship as readers and servers, Read...
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Lamentations for #Lent2020
Lent is an intentional season of penitence, prayer and preparation. Christians seek to emulate the ’wilderness’ experience of Jesus during his 40 days alone in the desert. This is a unique opportunity for self-reflection, to discern ones path to a deeper union with God and prepare ones heart to embrace Read...
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Blue Christmas
Christmas can be a difficult. While it is a time of great joy for most, the season can be challenging for those who experience it alone or for the first time after loosing a loved one. St Paul’s Blue Christmas service is quiet, reflective opportunity for peace and quiet amid Read...
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Christmas @ St Paul’s
Come join us as we celebrate Christmas! Christingle for the kids on Christmas Eve from 6pm and Holy Communion on Christmas Day from 8.30am. We’d love top share this special time of year with you and your family. Read...
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St Paul’s Anniversaries
St. Paul’s has recently celebrated two important anniversaries: the Centenary of our hall, which was dedicated by Archdeacon Henry Le Fanu on 10th November, 1914 and the Golden Anniversary of our church, dedicated by Bishop W. Hudson on 22nd November, 1964. A beautiful commemorative book “Here at the Edge of Read...
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