Posts tagged ‘st Andrew’

September 10, 2013

Paull Parochial Church Council Meeting

gavel-2-1409592-sThe next meeting of St Andrew Church Parochial Church Council  will be held on Tuesday 17th September, at the church, at 7pm

Members of this committee are: Kay, Mandy, Joyce, Jim, Cynthia, Brenda and Irene

September 7, 2013

Services at St Andrew’s

Sunday 8th September – 6.30pm – Holy Communion led by Rev’d Ian Blyth

Sunday 15th September – 11am – Morning Prayer led by the congregation

Sunday 22nd September – 6.30pm – Evening Prayer led by Andrew Pate

Sunday 29th September – 10am – Benefice Service at St Swithin Church, Sproatley

Everybody Welcome. Please join us for refreshments after the service.

September 4, 2013

Car Boot Sale 7th September

Heritage Tral Booklet_0924The next Car Boot Sale at Paull Village is September 7th 2013, see car boot page for details

September 4, 2013

St Andrew’s Church Registers

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In August we had two baptisms at St Andrew Church-Jake Wilford and Lucie Webster. We hope their parents guide them through life on their Christian journey, may Jake’s and Lucy’s life be filled with love and peace.

September 2, 2013

Paull Village Harvest Festival Celebration

great-harvest-1401704-sYou are invited to St Andrew’s Church Harvest Festival Celebration

Monday October 7th 2013, 7pm, Supper served 8pm

At The Humber Tavern Public House, Paull Village

Tickets £2.50 including supper

Hymns, thanks giving and sale of produce ( gifts of produce or items to sell would be gratefully received and can be left with Emma at the pub from noon onwards on the 7th October 2013).  Tickets from Emma at the Humber Tavern, Brenda Foreman, Joyce Wigg or the church during Coffee shop time which is Saturday and Sunday 2 till 4 pm where you can get a great cup of coffee and delicious cakes.

August 27, 2013

St Andrew’s Scarecrow

scercrow f.cJust a little reminder that the C word is just round the corner. We hope you all had a great bank holiday, we did  –  it was great meeting you all.

August 27, 2013

Paull Village Church

S C BakerSt Andrew church would like to thank all our volunteers, bakers and visitors for their support over the Bank holiday weekend in August.  The coffee shop within the church, scarecrow festival, Paull heritage trail, NADFAS children’s trail, fishermen’s tails and Paull Holme Tower display attracted lots of you.  We hope you enjoyed our great cakes, coffee and welcome when you visited us.

All though we did not win we had some fantastic comments.  We hope you will visit St Andrew’s again, the coffee shop within the church is open every Saturday and Sunday 2 till 4pm

August 26, 2013

Walking for Paull village church

Eric walkMr Eric Acey aged 74yrs set off from Sproatley church on our 10 mile  benefice walk on 25th August 2013, finishing at St Andrew’s for a well earned cup of tea and delicious cake.  A lovely service followed lead by Rev’d Ian Blythe –  after which Eric left for a long  soak in the bath.   What an achievement  at 74yrs old

Eric was supporting Paull village church and Burstwick church, he  raised £500 which is to be split between them.

Our sincere thanks go to Eric for his humongous effort, time and support, ” you always give 100%”  which is  very much appreciated.

August 26, 2013

Benifice Walk

walkers doorOn the 25th August 2013 supporters set off from Sproatley church and visited Preston, Hedon and Paull churches as they  joined  together for  a benefice walk of 10 miles

It was a lovely day and the countryside was enjoyed by all as they walked along chatting and enjoying each others company.

The walkers finished at Paull village church for a fabulous cup of tea and delicious cakes in the coffee shop area –  an enjoyable evening service followed which was led by Rev’d Ian Blythe

We would like to say a big thank you to all who walked and all those who sponsored this event it is very much appreciated

February 1, 2013

Walking for Health in Paull

 Fancy a 30 minute or a one hour walk? Both will set off from St Andrew Church, in Paull, led by volunteers from the community. Regular walking can help lead to a healthier lifestyle; improve confidence, stamina, energy, weight control and help prevent medical conditions such as coronary heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and stress.

All walks require no specialist equipment, just turn up in loose clothing and suitable shoes. Participants are also asked to bring a drink and an umbrella, as the walks will take place whatever the weather.

There is ample car parking at each walk, plus the chance to use toilet facilities and purchase refreshments at St Andrew Church’s Riverside Pop In Cafe.

Dates for Paull Walks: Click here

If you would like more information on Walking for Health from Paull Church please contact Mrs Kay Burn on 01964 626228

If you would like to be a walk volunteer or for more information and to request a walking programme, contact healthy lifestyles development officer Laura Telfer on 01482 392527 or email laura.telfer@eastriding.gov.uk

June 10, 2012

Riverside Pop in coffee shop

Thr ‘Riverside Pop in Coffee Shop’ will re-open for the 2013 season on Sunday March 24th 2013. The coffee shop within the Church will be open every Saturday and Sunday from 2.00pm to 4.00 pm between Sunday 24th March 2013 through until October 2013. The coffee shop is a significant source of income and is important in keeping our church open for everyone. Many people come to enjoy the architecture of this 14th Century Mediaval Church. We have our own Heritage Trail, a walk that starts and finishes at the church and takes about 2 hours to complete. A book is available from the Church that not only guides you round the trail but explains the history of the village which dates back to the Domesday Book. This year we have added a new glass porch to the building that will not only further protect the building itself but also increase your own comfort. You may just like to enjoy a quiet cup of tea/coffee and homemade cakes an prices that give excellent value. The tranquility of the Church and beauty of the Church leads many visitors to want to pray quietly at the alter or light a candle in memory of someone. Please feel free to enjoy our church in any way you wish.

The running costs of the Church amount to approximately £1,000 per month and, since it has opened, the coffee shop has proved to be a major contributor to the those costs.

Volunteers needed to run the coffee shop

The coffee shop is open every Saturday and Sunday between 2.00pm and 4.00pm and needs just a few more volunteers to help in the coffee shop which provides the main income that allows the church to remain open. If you are prepared to just give a couple of hours every now and then it would be greatly appreciated. The coffee shop provides not only teas and coffee but a fantastic surrounding to meet other people or even to have a quiet moment for yourself.

If you can spare even a few hours then please phone Mandy Annison on 01964 626115 or Kay Burn 01964 626228 who will be only too pleased to answer any questions you may have.