St Paul's Church is set in the tree-lined suburbs of the London Borough of Bromley. It is surrounded by a variety of properties with many residents being daily commuters to London.

We are a Church with people of all ages and backgrounds. We aim to encourage one another to grow in our Christian faith. We try to share the Good News of Jesus and provide a place where people can find peace and healing.

The Church is part of the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Rochester and is a member of Churches Together in Beckenham, an ecumenical group linking churches in the local area.

St Paul's News

Notes & News 26 October 2014

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Notes & News 19 October 2014

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Our Children and Family Worker

We are very pleased that Kim Curle, our Children and Family Worker, is helping us to strengthen and further develop our work with children and families.  She joined us in February (2014), and is seen here with her husband, John, and our Vicar, Revd Vince Short, following a special service of welcome, which included her licensing by the Bishop of Tonbridge.

Kim

 

 

Alpha Course 2014

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What is the Alpha Course?  Alpha is a chance to explore and question the meaning of life.
You'll find out about the basics of the Christian faith.  It involves food, a dvd and
discussion.  It's fun, relaxed and free, and you can ask anything you like - that's why over
22.5 million people worldwide have already tried Alpha.  www.alpha.org

For more information and to book a place, please ring 020 8650 0501 or
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Dates: 24th Sept:  Supper/Introductory Talk
Wed  8th Oct   
Wed  15th Oct
Wed  22nd Oct                                         
Wed 5th Nov  (Social)
Wed 26th Nov
Sat 29th Nov  (whole day)
Tues 2nd December 

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Forward - September/Oct 2014

Parish Newsletter No 552 - September/October 2014

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Verse of the Day

Events

What’s on this week at St Paul’s:

Monday 27th Oct
2.00pm   Keep Fit
7.30pm  Ladies Social - Makeover.
Main Church entrance.

Tuesday 28th Oct
2.00pm  Townswomen's Guild
8.00pm  Development Committee
meeting

Wednesday 29th October
2.45pm   Wednesday Fellowship -
Chapter III, Revd Vince Short
(6.45pm   NO Alpha this week) 

Thursday 30th October
(10.00am   NO Babies and Toddlers)
7.30pm     Male Voice Choir

Friday 31st October
7.30pm  Church Choir Practice
8.15pm  A Time for Prayer

Saturday 1st November
10.00am  Gardening Team
5.00pm     Toddler Firework Party
Tickets (includes soup and hot dog)
£3, £10 for family of 4.
All families with pre-school age
children very welcome.

Next Sunday 2nd November
8.00am   Holy Communion -
Twentieth Sunday after Trinity

10.30am Holy Communion.
Readings: Psalm 34: 1-10
and Matthew 24: 1-14

1.30pm  Benedict House

4.00pm  Thanksgiving and
Memorial Service for those we
love but see no longer.  If you
would like the name of someone
to be read out at this service,
please print their name on the
list at the back of church or contact
Anne Howick – 020 8658 0808.



Forthcoming Services / Events at
St Paul's:

Saturday 8th November, 2.30pm
Blitz and Bananas -
film about WW2 in the
Beckenham area. 
Welcare fundraiser.
Tickets £10 - can be bought
at the door, or contact
church office.

Families Together at St Paul's
after-school venture for children
and families. 4-6pm

Ten-Pin Bowling
Saturday 15th November.
More details to follow ...

Table Sale
Saturday 22nd November,
12pm - 3pm

Men's Group Christmas Dinner
Thursday 4th December.
Further details to follow.

Please contact the Church Office if
you would like more information
Tel: 020 8650 0501, Email:
administrator@stpaulbeckenham.org.uk

 


 

 

 




 


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4oclock

Live music and praise every 3rd Sunday of the month at 4pm! Find out more about God at our informal service with modern-style worship for people of all ages and from all walks of life. Music led by worship band. With cafe.

Next service: Sunday 16th November, 4pm.
Speaker:  Maggie Wilkinson

See www.the4oclock.co.uk