PALM SUNDAY, March 25th

10.00: A brief Liturgy of the Blessing of the Palms

For this brief ceremony, we will join with the congregation of
St. Charles Catholic Church, 4 Avenue Saint-Charles,
on the steps leading up to the entrance to the church
(or in the case of rain inside the entrance to the church). 
back to St Paul’s Church
10.30am : Sung Eucharist of Palm Sunday

Maundy Thursday  March 29th
Liturgy of the Last Supper at 6.30pm

Good Friday  March 30th
Stations of the Cross at 6.30pm

Easter Day, April 1ST

8.00am : Holy Communion (Traditional Rite)
10.30am : Easter Sunday Sung Eucharist

and the Annual Easter Egg Hunt for the children

Remembrance Sunday at St Paul’s

Poppy Appeal Continues

The annual Remembrance Sunday service took place on 12th November 2017
with the traditional march along Avenue de Grande Bretagne to Place Winston Churchill,
followed by the Remembrance service back at Saint Paul’s Church.

Lay Reader Frank Megginson gave an excellent sermon on the need for
and value of remembrance in our lives both as citizens and as Christians.
A copy of Frank’s sermon can be downloaded  here
Donations to the Poppy Appeal can be made all year round to

click on link
The Royal British Legion Nice Monaco Branch

Michael Healy MBE

Family Holy Communion at 10:30
Holy Communion 8am
Tradidtional Language
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Sunday 25 March

We welcome Bishop Michael Marshall
as long term locum with Father Soon

Bishop Michael joins us with The Reverend Soon-Han Choi as long term locum until April

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Bishop Michael Marshall
Father Soon Han choi
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The healing ministry of Christ then and now

Wednesday evenings in Lent, we will build on the long standing tradition at St. Paul's with a special evening programme to include a Bible Study SPA (Scripture, Prayer Action); the Ministry of Healing & abbreviated Eucharist.
Wednesday Evenings in Lent at 6.30pm

6.30pm to 7.00pm: SPA (Scripture Prayer Action)
bible study instead of Liturgy of the Word.

7.00pm to 7.30pm: Eucharist with the Healing Ministry

Eco Logo Competition
This is a reminder about the competition tocreate the new St Paul's ECO logo that will be used to support our Eco Church campaign to achieve bronze, silver and gold awards for our environmental performance. This competition is open to all parishioners of all ages so let your creativity flow and email your designs to

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A very cool prize will be given to the person (be they young or less young) who designs the winning logo. The closing date is 29th March and the winner will be announced at the Easter Day service.

Saint Paul's during the Week
Mother and Baby Group
French Language Class
10.30 - 12.00
Healing Prayer with Holy communion
Mother and Baby Group
09.15 - 11.45
09.15 - 11.45
The English Library
Holy Communion - traditional
Family Communion
A.A. Big Book Study Group - open
10.30 - 12.00
RESS HERE arriving soon
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Baby Rose Burgess Tange Baptized

St Paul’s congregation had a treat on Sunday 24 September 2017 as
we celebrated the baptism of baby Rose Elizabeth Burgess Tange. 

Rose was supported on her special day by her
parents Jenny and Vincent, along with friends and family.
Every baptism is an opportunity for each of us to remember
the great and mysterious blessing of our own baptism,
and the faith into which we journey from that day onwards.

Our prayers go with Rose and her family
as she continues on the journey of faith

St Paul’s Picnic – a Lovely Day Out

Heartfelt thanks go to all those who came to the picnic service
held on Sunday 17 September 2017 in St Martin de Peille.
The service and the picnic provided the church family with a chance
to worship together and share in God’s love in such a beautiful setting. 

We are grateful to Mr and Mrs Eassun who generously
allowed us the use of their, Ferme la Gorra for the Day.

Thanks also goes to Philippa Casey and Jane Roffe,
without whose hard work and organisation
the picnic could not have taken place at all