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A light in the dark

Our plans to illuminate the church at night are progressing well with North Somerset Council’s approval for the installation of three floodlights.

The lights will highlight St Paul’s as a historic landmark and emphasise its position in the community as an important centre of worship. Watch this space for the switch-on date!

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Every Wednesday to 30 January

The Emmaus Course - An extended programme at St Paul’s Church Hall covering all aspects of the Christian way of life and an opportunity to ask all those questions you have always wanted to ask. Led by Rev Bob Coates.

There is a break in the programme after 13 December for Christmas. Time: 7.30 - 9.30pm.

Why not bring a friend? To book your place, please ring Rev Bob on 01934 249387.

9 December

Christingle Service. 10am. Come and join the Church family and share the spirit of Christmas. Coffee and refreshments follow in the church hall.

20 December

Christmas invitation lunch for villagers alone at Christmas. 12.30pm.

23 December

Carol and Crib Service. All are welcome to St Paul’s to join in the joy of Christmas. Illuminated by candles and decorated with seasonal foliage, the church will ring out with your favourite carols. Come and take part. 4pm.

24 December

Christmas Eve Crib Service for all the family. 4pm.

Midnight Communion, first of Christmas. 11.30pm.

25 December

Christmas Communion. 9.30am


What’s inside? A visitor to the Crafts for Christmas sale hooks a surprise gift bag, guided by Geoff.

Wonders in wool: Carole and Steph promote their woollen and other wares at the Crafts for Christmas sale.

Making Christmas: Lynne spent many hours preparing cards, crackers and other gifts for sale at the Crafts for Christmas event in aid of church funds.

Smiles all round from the church ladies at the coffee and cake counter as visitors seek the delicious home-made refreshments on offer at the Crafts for Christmas event at the village hall.

Scores turned up, attracted by the 30 or so stalls brimming with Christmas cheer, and they helped to raise hundreds of pounds for church funds.

Jewellery, woodcraft, pictures, soft toys and a prize competition were among the attractions during the day.