Where the spirit of the Lord is all around you

Home Services History Outreach What's On About Us Contact Us

What’s On/Events

  Come, join us for coffee

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.

Our Tuesday morning coffee sessions have restarted in the Church Hall, and after a Covid-enforced absence of a year-and-a-half the first cheerful occasion was certainly welcome.

Jan and Mick were excellent hosts, coffee - and tea - with snacks were enjoyed and many topics of conversation chewed over.

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.

Coffee mornings - Every Tuesday, from 10am in the Church Hall.  All are welcome.

Morning Prayer (a short reflective service) - Every Tuesday, 9.30am.

30 November: Kewstoke and Wick St Lawrence Five Week Advent Study, beginning at 7pm and continuing at the same time on 7, 14, 21 December. Sessions repeated in the mornings at 10am on 2, 9, 16, 23 December. All at St Paul’s Church Hall.

4 December: Christmas Concert at Wick St Lawrence Church, 3pm. Tickets (£7) available from, tel. 01934 832283 or email liz@lyrica.co.uk, or on the door subject to availability.

11 December: Christingle-making in Church Hall, 10am.

12 December: Christingle Service, 10am.

19 December: Carol Service, 4pm.

Christmas Eve: Crib Service, 4pm. Holy Communion, 11pm.

Christmas Day: 9.30am Holy Communion.

Boxing Day: No church service.

How families shone the light in our church

Clever hands and an enterprising mind created Wick St Lawrence Church carved from a pumpkin (above, left) while Rev Gail handles an inventive circular blue light surrounded by individually-shaped candles.

Light - the light of Jesus - and darkness formed the theme of an all-age family party at St Paul’s, an alternative to traditional Halloween events.

Families from Kewstoke and Wick St Lawrence took part, youngsters appearing in costumes - some as Harry Potter characters - and creating illuminated craft items and imaginatively- carved pumpkins.

In a darkened church, eager youngsters used torches to shine a light and identify and name the principal features of Jesus’s house.

Games, refreshments and other fun activities unfolded amid cheerful conversations, resulting in a positive strengthening of links between families and church. An enjoyable occasion to remember.  

Rev Gail joins busy young hands and inspired minds creating craft items (above, left). A table of coloured discs (right) and inventive costumes were made by these smiling youngsters.

Church member Peter Guest is pictured outside Wells Cathedral where he was confirmed by Bishop Ruth Worsley (right).

Peter, who was one of many candidates from different parts of the diocese at the ceremony, was presented by our Rev Gail, also pictured.

‘It was a moving, wonderful occasion,’ said Peter, who was later congratulated by church members following Sunday service.