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Silent Prayer Group

Stressed? Need a rest? Spend some time in silent prayer. “God speaks in the silence of the heart. Listening is the beginning of prayer.” Mother Teresa Silent prayer is a time to receive more from God. It’s a time to let go of our worries. To soak in His presence. What to expect… We start more »

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Book Club

About the Book Club The Book Club meets twice every term, usually on a Thursday evening. Everyone is welcome. Our next meeting is on Thursday 24th October at 8pm in Garden Room 1 A Christian book is agreed at the previous meeting and the title is publicised on the St Paul’s facebook group and church more »

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Book Display

When ? Display happens once a month at the end of each Sunday service. We aim for the third Sunday in the month.   What ? The display consists of books donated by church members. They are all completely free for everyone –  take as many as you like! You can return them if you more »

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Book Club – Recent review

St Paul’s Christian Book Club met on December 12th 2019 and discussed ‘A beautiful mess’ by Danielle Strickland. We found it an enlightening, easy read, particularly helpful to those who find chaos a bit threatening. With the help of some striking examples from the Bible and from her life, the author illustrates the possibilities of more »

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Tea Party Plus

TEA PARTY PLUS GROUP You are invited to join us at ‘Tea Party Plus’ on the third Thursday of every month from 2:00-3:30 pm ALL WELCOME! St Paul’s Church outreach to older people in our community

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Lunch Club

Lunch Club You are invited to join us at ‘Lunch Club’ on the second Thursday of every month at 12:30 pm ALL WELCOME! St Paul’s Church outreach to older people in our community

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Young Adults

A community of young people in St Paul’s aiming to encourage friendships, deepen faith and demonstrate the church family to the wider community. We’re a fun, lively group and we’re always excited to welcome new people. We meet for monthly socials which vary from BBQs, weekends away, pub trips, pool nights, bowling and dinners. We’d more »

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Art Group

St Paul’s Art Group is an all-ability, sharing and relaxing group where members are encouraged to develop their own style. At the end of each term members are asked to suggest subjects they would like on the next term’s programme, but other subjects are also included to stretch our imagination. We also have occasional demonstrations more »

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Men’s Daytime Fellowship

This group was established a number of years ago at St Paul’s with the intention of providing the opportunity for men from the church to meet and get to know each other. To this end it has served its purpose well. Our meetings take place in the church lounge from 2-4pm on the 1st and more »

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Small Groups

The life of the church is greatly enhanced by the Small Groups. They mostly meet on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and provide a place for learning and fellowship between church members and an opportunity to get to know a small group of people much better than is possible on Sundays at our services. So much of more »

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Men’s Groups

The St Paul’s Men’s Group meets every other Monday evening in a local pub. We assemble from 9.00 pm and enjoy an informal evening chatting over a couple of pints. Numbers range from a couple to eight or nine and conversation ranges across all subjects from work to sport and occasionally the previous days service. more »

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Men’s Prayer Group

We meet fortnightly every 2nd and 4th Sunday at 8.15pm in the church lounge. Our yearning is to know what it is to walk with Christ, not just on Sundays but throughout our working week. Please contact the office for further details.

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Mothers’ Union

Mothers’ Union is an international Christian membership charity that aims to demonstrate the Christian faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide. Here at St Paul’s, Mothers’ Union members live this out by supporting families in our Church and local and international communities through prayer, practical action and supporting events. A group meets in more »