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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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20 October

Vicar’s farewell - Rev Geoff’s last service at St Paul’s before retirement.

26 October

Good luck and goodbye - farewell gathering for Geoff and Joan at Worlebury School hall. 6 - 8pm. (RSVPs requested by 15 October).

8 November

Prayers for Healing at 2.30pm, at the church hall.

9 November

Crafts for Christmas - Come along to the village hall between 10am and 1pm and be tempted by a wonderful range of Christmas goodies. You’ll be surprised by the wide variety of gifts and decorations on display.

10 November

Remembrance Sunday - Paying tribute to the fallen of Two World Wars. Also, All-Age Worship.

1 December

Songs of Praise - It’s Advent Sunday. Time: 4pm.

8 December

Christingle Service - Join us and celebrate the spirit of Christmas.

22 December

Candlelit Carol Service - The joy of Christmas continues. Time: 4pm.

24 December

Christmas Crib Service - 4pm.

Midnight Communion - 11.30pm

25 December

Christmas Communion - 9.30am.

29 December

Joint Benefice Service at St Peter’s, Milton. (No 10am service at St Paul’s).

Cakes galore: church members provided cakes and other refreshments at the annual summer Village Fete.

Tell me a story: novels, biographies, travellers’ tales and science fiction fantasies were among the volumes on sale at the Village Fete.

All shipshape and Kewstoke fashion

Church members spent many hours preparing the church and churchyard in readiness for visitors to the annual Tower, Tours and Teas day.

Weeds and tangled undergrowth were cut back, cleared and carried away, paths tidied and access to the tower prepared for the big day.

Unfortunately, intermittent storms and gusts of wind up to 50 mph made climbing the tower unsafe on the day, but visitors still enjoyed tours of the church , bric-a-brac stalls, a prize competition and teas and cakes in the hall.

More than £500 was raised for church funds.

How does your garden grow? Brisk business at the plant stall at the Village Fete .