Celebrate 150th Anniversary of St Paul's Church
St Paul's was built in 1869 for the railway workers and was known as The Railwayman's Church' and is surprisingly beautiful inside. We are located on an island - the New England Triangle traffic Island - with Lincoln Rd on one side and Bourges Boulevard & main entrance on the other side.
1869-2019 --- St Paul's is celebrating it's 150th anniversary - we hope that you will come along to services & special events being held during the year.
On Sun May 26th at 3pm there is an Anniversary Eucharist, with Bishop John Holbrook as the speaker, plus children from Fulbridge Academy doing a dance. Light refreshments after the service. Parking in the church paddock car park and overflow at the Post Office Club opposite the local recreation ground nearby. PE1 2PA.
On Mon 27th May the Church will be open from 2:00pm - 4:30pm showing memorabilia from GNR railways, flower arrangements and the Church Registers from 1869 will be available to view. Refreshments will be available and at 3pm there will be a Children's Treasure Hunt.
On Tues 28th May at noon (actual date of it's Consecration) there is a Eucharist followed by light refreshments and from 2pm-3.30pm is St Paul's OASIS Drop In to which all are welcome.
For more details contact Rev Ron or Val Watkinson please call: 01733 314117 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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