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What’s On/Events

Sunday 10am services

Please join us for coffee, tea or squash  in the church hall after the service.

8am Communion service every Sunday.

Coffee mornings - Every Tuesday, from 10am in the church hall.  All are welcome.

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

24 February: Craft Materials Sale, church hall, 10am until 1pm.

29 February: Lent course, church hall, 2pm and on Zoom at 7pm.

3 March: Repair Cafe, church hall, 2pm - 3.30.

28 March: Maundy Thursday, supper, 5.30pm. Stripping of the altar, 7.30pm.

29 March:  Good Friday,Easter Garden, 10am, Stations of the Cross 1pm,  Last Hour at the Cross, 2pm.

30 March: Easter Vigil and Watch, 9pm - 12midnight.

21 April: Annual Parochial Church Meeting, church hall, following the 10am service.

11 May: Plant sale outside church.

6 June: D-Day 80th anniversary celebration and afternoon tea at the church hall. Who has memories to recall of those times?

27 July:  Tower Tours and Teas, 2 - 5pm.

Join us for Toddler Praise

Busy hands, above, creative minds, smiling faces. These are the ingredients of our church Bible Holiday Clubs for youngsters.

Pictures here show some of the fun from one session.

All the joy of Holiday Club

There’s fun every month at Messy Church

Community space to enjoy

Every Tuesday, in the church hall, beginning with coffee at 10am, church members are hosting a community lounge for parishioners to enjoy until 4pm. A range of different activities takes place monthly.

All are welcome to our Toddler Praise weekly event at Worlebury St Paul’s School.

Action songs, a Bible story, crafts, toys and refreshments are included during the free classes, 10 - 11.30am every Thursday during term time. Just turn up!

Telephone Rev Gail on 0774 6050607 for more details.

Festive event boosts our funds

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The Crafts for Christmas event at the Village Hall raised nearly £1,000 for church funds.

Organisers Mike and Lorna Tedstone were delighted by the success of the annual sale which offered a wide range of gifts, pictured right. Several charities were also supported.

Deb Low and her team, Alison, Caroline and Jane (below)ran the refreshment bar.


  


Messy Church is a regular date on the calendar.

Young people of all ages and Mums and Dads are welcome to come along to the church hall on the third Saturday of each month at 4pm to join a in a programme of fun and games.