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Sunday Servcies resume as usual
8am : Holy Communion

Services . . Events
10:30 Family Holy Communion
Saint Paul's during the Week
Mother and Baby Group
A.A
Monday
19.00
Wednesday
French Language Class
10.30 - 12.00
Thursday
Healing Prayer with Holy communion
18.30
Mother and Baby Group
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Friday
A.A.
12.30
09.15 - 11.45
09.15 - 11.45
Saturday
The English Library
Sunday
Holy Communion - traditional
8 a.m
Family Communion
10.30
A.A. Big Book Study Group - open
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20.00
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10.30 - 12.00
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Father Dan Returns To Monaco 

 St Paul’s welcomed Father Dan Langdon-Griffiths back to Monaco,
as he began a long term assignment as our Locum Chaplain.

Father Dan, with whom many of you may be familiar from his previous visits,
returns to us to serve as Locum Chaplain on an open-ended basis.
He recently completed his curacy training with the Sutton Team Ministry
in the Diocese of Liverpool and has taken the opportunity
to come toSt Paul’s to minister with us as we await the
appointment of our next permanent Chaplain.

 

Father Dan can be contacted 
by email :  chaplain@stpaulsmonaco.com
or by phone +377 93 30 71 06

 

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Amadea Turrell’s Christening 

Saint Paul’s Church Family extended a very warm welcome to Amadea Turrell,
pictured here with her parents, Saphira and Tom Turrell, on the occasion
of her Christian Baptism on Father’s Day Sunday, 18th June 2017.

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Lay Readers Affirmed  

During the Father’s Day service, June 18th, 2017
Frank Megginson’s license as a Lay Reader in the
Diocese in Europe was officially renewed for another 5 years

 

 

Mary de Vachon  pictured here, on 5 June 2016, at St Pauls
receiving a certificate from the Anglican Centre Rome for a course she attend on preaching.
she was issued the coveted P.O.T. – Permission to Officiate – in the Diocese in Europe
which is given to Lay Ministers “of a certain age” in lieu of the 5 year license.
Mary’s P.O.T. allows her to continue for an undefined term and
for us to continue to benefit from her preaching and pastoral ministry at Saint Paul’s.