St. Paul's Church was built for a Welsh speaking congregation, then in 1942 both English and Welsh congregations held separate services. In 2016 the Welsh congregation ceased to meet and the two congregations became one.
The present Church family now enjoy united worship, which contains mostly spoken English in the services, which are held at 10.30 on Sunday mornings. St Paul's has several community groups who hire our premises for differing hobbies. The local schools also use the premises for various purposes.
We are a welcoming Church and enjoy both spiritual and social activities.
NEWS FROM ST PAUL'S
Weekly newsletters from St Paul's Abergele available from Pat Preston firstname.lastname@example.org
We were pleased to reopen at St Paul's on 15th November – the previous service being 15th March.(all due to Covid-19 restrictions of course).
We enjoyed Christmas Eve Christingle (in a bag) at 4pm and Christmas Day at 10.30am but alas no Christmas day lunch for the 30 or so we usually provide for unfortunately.
We managed to have our Covenant service on January 3rd but the Church has been closed since. We look forward in the hope we can reopen soon as regulations allow.
CONGRATULATIONS to lovely Doris who celebrates her 100th birthday on Friday 22nd January!
Many happy returns!
This photograph was taken at the last "In Touch Tea" at St. Paul's in July 2019. The "InTouch Tea" is an annual event in the summer. The tea is followedwith a short service with the guests still sitting at their tables.
Pendre Avenue, Prestatyn, LL19 9SH
Dec 27th, 10:45 am – Rev'd Eleanor Reddington
Jan 3rd, 10:45 am – Rev'd Chris Gray (Section Service)
Jan 10th, 10:45 am – Rev'd Beverley Ramsden
Jan 17th, 10:45 am – Dr Zoya Zuvcenko