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Coffee and tea after Mass - restarts next Sunday (23 January).

Sunday 23 January - our preacher will be Fr. David Lashbrooke - don’t miss it!

Bible Group - Next meeting will be on Wednesday 26 January at 4pm in the Meeting Room. Topic: Baptism. Questions, contributions are encouraged, or just come and listen to others. Open to all.

Wednesday - the 10am Low Mass is followed by tea/coffee and biscuits.

IMPORTANT meeting - This Wednesday (19 January) PCC members will meet the Archdeacon in church at 5pm to talk about St. Paul’s future, especially in regard to the proposed merge of our Parish with Fleet Holy Trinity. As this is not a formal PCC meeting, all are welcome (even encouraged!) to come and ask their questions or raise their concerns with the Archdeacon.

Home visits - The Vicar appreciates that some people still not feel safe or comfortable to receive visitors in their homes. For this reason he does not want to “push his way” into your home. It may be embarrassing to say no to a self-invitation from a vicar. So home visits - important parts of parish life in normal times - are not really happening for the time being. However, he is always very pleased and very much willing to accept any spontaneous invitation and is looking forward to coming and seeing you, if you wish him to and if you feel safe about it.

St Paul's

St Paul’s is a lively, forward-looking Anglican church in the Catholic tradition. We are affiliated to the Society of St Wilfrid and St Hilda and our PCC has passed the resolution seeking episcopal oversight from the Bishop of Ebbsfleet.

We are part of the diocese of Salisbury and the Deanery of Weymouth and Portland. We maintain very close links with our Voluntary Aided School, Beechcroft St. Paul’s. 

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