Headline Notices

This page is mainly for St Paul’s Church events. 

Click here to see the important dates for St Paul’s church in 2019  

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Sunday Club will meet on 22 and 29 Sep. A crèche is available in the church for younger children.

Heath Social Club:  Fridays 1:30-4pm

  • 27 Sep: Games
  • Friday 4th Oct: Antique Valuation followed by Entertainment. Bring along your treasures and find out what they are worth. Cost £2.00.

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Sponsored Bike Ride. The Dorset Historic Churches Trust Bike Ride will take place on Saturday 14 September. Riders visit as many churches, in their area, as they want and sponsor money raised will go towards the Dorset Historic Churches Trust (information about this trust can be found on www.dhct.org.uk or from the leaflet on the notice board in the foyer). If you would like to find out more about this event please pick up an information pack, which includes a sponsor form, from the church office.

D-Team is moving from the last Tuesday of the month, to the last Friday of
the month in September, November and December. It will continue to meet from 7:30pm to 8:45pm. The next meeting will be Friday 27 September.

Would you like to be part of St Paul’s Pantomime?  We are looking for cast members, dancers and scenery construction helpers for our production of ‘Goldilocks’ . If you would like to be a member of the cast or help with scenery construction please talk to Vic Martin, if you would like to be a dancer (children only) please see Ann Ridgway.

Viva Voce , an awarding winning local choir will be performing at St Paul’s Church on Saturday 21 September, 3-5pm. The choir will sing a mixture of songs from classical to pop with some sing-a-long ones for the audience to join in. All are welcome, so come along and join this fun event. Entry is free and a retiring collection will be taken which will be divided equally between The Poole Food Bank and the work of St Paul’s Church.

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Service of Remembrance. Bishop Karen Gorham will be holding a service of remembrance for those who have been killed or injured on Dorset roads and those who serve them. The service will be held at Wimborne Minster on Saturday 21 September at 11am.

Freedom, Sky, Hands, Handcuffs, Clouds

Recovery Course. St Mary’s Longfleet Poole, are holding a Recovery Course for people struggling with an addiction or habit. The 15 session course starts on Thursday 26 September at 7pm. A free meal is provided along with fellowship, guest speakers and support. To sign up or for more information contact Rachel Dismorr on outreach@smlpoole.org.uk or 01202 338733.

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Macmillan Coffee Morning, Saturday 28 September, 10am-12noon at St Pal’s church. Please come along and support this very worthwhile charity.

Poole Food Bank request list: we are currently running low on stock. Demand for the food bank has increased by 50% on last year and nearly 100% on 2016. The greatest needs at the food bank at the moment are: Tinned ready meals, long grain rice, tinned fruit, coffee, tinned rice pudding and biscuits. Thank you for your continued support, donations can be placed in the boxes at the back of church.

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Talk by Don Carson, professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Illinois, on Finding (choosing?) Your Identity. The talk will be held at Moorlands College, Christchurch Campus, Sopley BH23 7AT, Saturday 19 October, 10am-4pm. Cost £10 (includes a provided lunch). Please book by contacting Moorlands College 01425 674500.

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Used stamps.  Please save your used stamps for the Bone Cancer Charity.  Please cut round the stamps, leaving a 1cm border and place the stamps in the box provided on the notice board by the kitchen. Thank you.

Live Concert, Concert, Stage, People, Crowd, Audience

Click here to see videos of 13 new songs that we are learning

Fundraising continues for our Sound Improvement Project.  We have so far raised over £2,000 toward our target of £7,300. Further events will be held at St Paul’s. The two CDs (Red and Blue covers) can be ordered from Jim.

When people are looking for a church they often do their research online. You can help people discover St. Paul’s by reviewing us on Google. Simply go to www.google.co.uk/, search for ‘St Paul’s Church Canford Heath’ and then click on the maps tab. Scroll down on the left hand side until you see ‘write a review’.