WELCOME TO ST PAUL'S CHURCH KEWSTOKE
Where the spirit of the Lord is all around you
Spreading the Word; broadening horizons
In line with the Diocesan Strategy ‘Living the Story, Telling the Story’, St Paul’s seeks to be a missional church, reaching out into our local community and beyond.
In 2017, church members linked with other parish organisations at the annual village fete, combining to stage a day of fun events that unfolded throughout the day.
The programme varies from year to year but enjoyment is the theme and activities range from games, books and gardening stalls to classic car displays and tea and cakes on the lawn.
Above: Anyone for tea and cakes? Church ladies offer service with a smile.
Above, right: A splash of colour. A wide selection of plants on a church stall.
Right: Gifts of all shapes and sizes available from this busy stall.
The Kewstoke Cubs and Scouts are encouraged to be part of the St Paul’s family and participate in various activities throughout the year.
The Cubs and Scouts join in
Worlebury Church of England and Kewstoke Schools
St Paul’s is privileged to have important links with our two local primary schools and church members play a significant role in their activities.
Children take a keen interest in the church where they are involved in special services and carry out a range of projects that help them gain a greater knowledge of Christianity and its place in the world. Worship in the schools is led by members of the church.
For information about Kewstoke Primary School in Kewstoke Road, click on www.kewstokeprimary.co.uk/
For information about Worlebury St Paul’s Church School in Woodspring Crescent, click on http://www.worleburyprimary.com/
Some recent church activities have also included visiting Kewstoke’s Cygnet Hospital by the choir, providing patients and staff there with an enjoyable programme of music and relaxation.
An important part of our fellowship and outreach at St Paul’s are the social and
Above: Kewstoke school is nestled under the hill overlooking the village and the Welsh hills in the distance.
Left: Worlebury school, in its more modern premises.
The church reaches out to support charitable organisations near and far.
In 2017 we supported the following charities:
Christian Aid, Macmillan Nurses, The Chidren’s Society, Operation Josh, Salvation Army, Kewstoke School Library, One 25, Weston Hospice, The Quay at St Paul’s, Weston, Somewhere To Go, Every Child Derserves Christmas, and Mind.