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GRACE MERCY AND PEACE FROM GOD THE FATHER AND OUR

LORD JESUS CHRIST BE WITH YOU ALL.

This Sunday’s Service  Christ the King

SUNDAY 22nd November 11.30am
The said Communion services will continue to be held at the new time of 11.30 until further notice. We are extremely grateful to Fr Tony Ingham for his help and support in enabling services to continue at St Paul’s.

Please be aware that you will need to;

Wear a mask correctly (covering mouth and nose) at all times and for it to be in place before entering the Church. If you have to queue in order to enter then you must already be wearing it.

Write your details in the register on arrival.
Bring and use hand gel.
Maintain social distancing.

Do not attend Church is you are feeling at all unwell, have a temperature, or a cough, or a headache, or a sore throat or have lost your sense of smell and/or taste.

Unfortunately, singing is still not permitted. We will, however, continue to provide recorded music and organ music until the rules permit a change.

Father Lawrence

We are sad to announce that Father Lawrence has now left Monaco to start his retirement in the UK. We wish him well for the future and will keep him and Jacqueline in our prayers.

Christmas Services
We are very grateful to Father Tony Ingham for agreeing to continue to hold services at St Paul’s throughout Advent and Christmas. Due to the current health restrictions we will not be able to hold our usual 9 Lessons and Carols but are glad to announce that we will have a Celebratory Service with music and involving the children on Saturday 19th December at 18.00. We will have to restrict numbers so you will need to book your place via email;
We will be unable to hold a Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, but there will be a Communion Service at 11.30 on Christmas Day.

Bishop in Europe Advent Appeal 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has hurt communities throughout the world. Many communities are not equipped with even the most basic of hygiene and sanitation facilities, and lockdown measures have increased economic hardship in the poorest communities with people unable to work.  We are raising funds to support virus prevention and emergency relief for vulnerable communities throughout our Anglican family.

The Anglican Communion Fund (ACF) has already begun responding to COVID related needs, allocating over £180,000 across 21 provinces of the Communion. The ACF is supporting the Church in its ministry, providing food relief to the vulnerable, communicating ways of staying safe from the virus, and providing handwashing facilities and PPE.
In order to support this fund we are asking you to sponsor a light on our Christmas Tree. Perhaps it could be in memory of someone… or a prayer for the New Year …or a thanksgiving. We would suggest a donation of 5 euros per light. If you would like your named person or prayer read out in Church over Chrismas please write this on an acompanying note. You may post these in the post box next to the Church door, or send in the post to ;
St Paul’s Church, 22 Ave de Grande Bretagne, Monaco 98000

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Sunday after the Ascension Sermon from St. Paul’s Monte Carlo

Sunday after the Ascension Sermon from St. Paul's Monte Carlo

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WELCOME FROM FATHER LAWRENCE

Here at St. Paul’s there are many opportunities to come and worship, which of course is the fundamental reason of our being, to worship Him who came to us so that we may enter into His glory and share His presence. I hope that through this holy season of Advent you will all find time to come and join with us as we share this experience together.

With Epiphany Blessings
Fr. Lawrence

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