WELCOME TO ST PAUL'S CHURCH KEWSTOKE
Where the spirit of the Lord is all around you
Pop in…it’s coffee time again
Who would disagree? There’s nothing quite like a nice cup of coffee and a chat among friends old and new. The drinks are hot and tasty, the biscuits crisp and crumbly.
Our Tuesday morning coffee sessions have restarted in the Church Hall, and after
Jan and Mick were excellent hosts, coffee -
All are welcome to the coffee mornings, which aid church funds, and the doors open at 10am.
Come along, relax and enjoy the friendship of St Paul’s.
Sunday 10am services
Face masks and distancing in church are now a choice of worshippers, whatever is most comfortable.
There is no 8am service at present.
The church is now open during the day for private prayer.
Coffee mornings -
Morning Prayer (a short reflective service) -
24 October: 10am service focusing on Climate Change and the Environment.
31 October: Benefice Pandemic Remembering Service, 10am.
Fun for the Family Light Party: 4pm. (Please email Gail, firstname.lastname@example.org, to book a space and allow for crafts and food.)
13 November: Christmas Craft Fair in the Village Hall. 10am until 1pm. Raffle donations gratefully received.
23 November: Kewstoke and Wick St Lawrence Five Week Advent Study, beginning at 7.30pm and continuing at the same time on 30 November and 7, 14, 21 December. Sessions repeated in the mornings at 10.30 on 25 November and 1, 8, 15, 23 December. All at St Paul’s Church Hall.
Let’s help our charities throughout the year
Following our harvest collections, we recognise the charities that we support locally are in desperate need of goods all year round, so we continue to collect goods at Kewstoke for the Foodbank and for Somewhere to Go at Wick St Lawrence as part of our support of others in the area.
Somewhere to Go.
This is the charity that has been chosen by St Lawrence. Somewhere to Go is a project
to support homeless people in Weston. It provides a drop-
They are currently seeking the following items which can be left in the church and will be regularly dropped to the centre:
Marmite, honey, sugar, coffee, hot chocolate, squash, cooking oil, gravy granules, tins/packs of biscuits, crisps, fruit, cooking sauces (Bolognese/curry/chilli), tins of fruit, ketchup, mayo, cereal (not cornflakes), corned beef, nuts, tins of tomatoes, mixed herbs/spices, curry powder, protein/cereal bars, deodorants (male & female), underwear, thick socks, shower gel, shaving foam, wet wipes.