This Sunday we will be having communion in Farrington from 9.30am and Paulton from 11am. There is also a quiet 5pm service in Paulton. This week we are thinking about James 3 and the dangers of speaking!
This booklet is intended as a resource for us to be able to continue to worship together each Sunday.This service book marks the end of my first year as yourvicar, and an entire year of lockdown, loss and disruption to our lives.There is much about this season for us ...
St John the Baptist church is the home of the Church of England in the parish of Farrington Gurney.We have a small and welcoming community, made up both of village people and those who travel specially to worship in this beautiful and friendly church.
We occasionally hold informal cafe style services, which are particularly attractive for family members of all generations to attend together.We occasionally hold informal cafe style services, which are particularly attractive for family members of all generations to attend together.
Holy Trinity is the historic Anglican church in the parish of Paulton.An active church at the Northern end of Paulton, opposite the new Barratt’s estate.We offer a arm welcome to all, whether you are new to the area, just visiting or exploring your faith.
The Summer is almost over now and we are starting our new season looking at James and how we go about living in the world. This can be a great time of exploring our faith and how this can be expressed in our lives.
We are back in church and getting excited about baptisms, singing and starting back our activities. Our services this coming Sunday will be Farrington Gurney at 9.30am and Paulton at 11am.
It is Farrington and Paulton this coming Sunday morning. We are continuing to look at the kingdom of God through the Old Testament and Jesus revelation, trying to see ourselves and the world through God’s eyes.
It is Farringon and Paulton this coming Sunday morning. We will continuing to explore the teaching on the kingdom of God. Having looked at God’s perspective and the working of love and power,
It is High Littleton and Paulton this coming Sunday morning. We will be praying, worshiping and growing together, if you want to come along. We are still following a series through the Old Testament that is helping us to think about how God sees the world and what the ‘kingdom of God’
We are having a good time on Sundays and still waiting patiently to be allowed to sing together again. In Paulton we are gradually seeing some normality return with the reopening of the coffee morning and the toddler group,
I hope that you are all enjoying gathering back together. It looks like we may have to wait a little longer for the ‘all singing, all dancing’
Thanks to all those who came along last Sunday. It is great to finally be opening the churches and getting together again! This was the first time we have had coffee together since I got here.
We had a wonderful time doing an actual communion service at High Littleton last Sunday. The online service this Sunday will be pre-recorded again as we are opening Farrington Gurney church,