Family Service at St Andrew’s
It’s not only about chocolate and games! We’ve enjoyed thoughtful prayer activities and taken away some life affirming thoughts too.
A week in the life of a vicar
Often when people think about the work a vicar does they think it is preparing for Sundays, but Rev John Watson explains in an interview that this is only a small part of a usually busy week.
Mandy Williams and Mark Inglis, Curates from St Paul’s, tell us about their visit to Nuremburg in October 2013 when they were members of a party from the Diocese accompanying Bishop Mike Bourke.
Synod votes to approve next steps for women in the Episcopate
The General Synod of the Church of England has today approved a package of measures as the next steps to enable women to become bishops in the Church of England. … Continue reading
Bishops Letter: November 2013
The Archbishop of Canterbury over these last few months continues to raise the question of fairness and what it means to be a just society. While focusing on this in … Continue reading
Time and space for training in specific areas of church ministry. These evenings will focus on helping you discover how best you can be part of the ministry and mission that God has for us all in this parish
- Family Service at St Andrew’s
Sunday 8th December 2013
We have two contrasting images of change in the passages this week but they are not in opposition to each other.
Sunday 1st December 2013
Isaiah sees with the eyes of faith a new reality to the one that is being presented around him.
Sunday 24th November 2013
The Gospel shows us the scene of the crucifixion and the mocking title given on the cross ‘The King of the Jews’ which for Luke becomes the description of the man on the cross.
Sunday 17th November 2013
For Paul the hope of Jesus’ return was a spur into right living and right relationships.
- Sunday 8th December 2013
St Paul’s Youth Work on Facebook
Click on the link below to visit Youth Work at St Paul's Church, Hereford Facebook page.
Caring for St Paul’s Churchyard
Help support our work with all ages in the community by making a £10 donation to help us buy new song books. Your donation will save time and money on print and resources that will be used to help and develop our mission.
Positive parentingAn informal series of parenting sessions where you can chat through common issues with other parents. Find out more