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Our centuries-old parish church of St Paul, nestling under Monks’ Hill and its landmark steps at Kewstoke, Weston-super-Mare, is and always has been at the heart of this community.

Although the parish and this part of north Somerset is rich in history, with 13th-Century Woodspring Priory viewed from the approaches to St Paul’s, the church today is very much alive, providing a beacon of worship for all and hub for the spreading of the Christian faith.

The parish of St Paul’s stretches over Worlebury Hill to the edge of Weston town, to the east embracing part of Worle and to Sand Bay and the Severn Sea to the west.


Our church family is drawn from across this area and from further afield – worshippers who are inspired by the special atmosphere of the church and its surroundings, by the friendliness of the people they meet and pray with, and the range of services they find here.

Our Vicar is the Reverend Geoff Eales, who is also the Vicar of St Peter’s at Milton, and together we are members of the wider Church of England family through the Deanery of Locking and the Diocese of Bath and Wells.

Why not come and join us? There is a welcome for everyone, whether a long-time resident of the area, a newcomer, or perhaps just a visitor to this beautiful part of the West Country.

How to find us: satnav - 25 Kewstoke Road, Kewstoke, Weston-super-Mare. BS22 9YD.

Safeguarding: it’s

a key priority

We at St Paul’s take the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. A copy of our safeguarding policy can be found here.

Our safeguarding officer is Ann Devereux-Dowden, Tel. 07927 138987. E-mail: anndevereux1988@gmail.com Also, concerns can be addressed to bathandwells.org.uk/diocese/safeguard ing/.

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Church members played a key part in the success of Kewstoke Village Fete, which created hours of fun under sunny skies.

They ran a variety of stalls selling items ranging from books to plants, toys and bric-a-brac, as well as providing cakes and drinks at the hall refreshment bar.

They joined other village enthusiasts who arranged archery lessons, tractor driving sessions, and a bouncy castle for the youngsters.

A barbecue, line dancing and a display of classic cars added to the interest of the occasion. Prospective police officers also grasped the chance to test the siren and blue lights on a visiting patrol car.

Church funds benefited by £1000, the biggest money spinner being from the sale of a mouth-watering selection of cakes and drinks.

Photos: - top, three young visitors making a choice at the toy stall. Below: cars on show.

Sun shines on all the fun of the fete

More pictures from the fete

For help when times can be difficult

At St Paul’s, we really care for the needs of everyone in the village. There is a trust we can go to for funds when genuine needs are found.

If you find yourself struggling for any reason and would like us to help,please contact the Vicar or Churchwardens. (Details can be found on the Contact Us page).