Welcome to St Pauls Anglican Church Stockton.
We are a family friendly worshipping community, on the northern side of Newcastle Harbour.
We welcome those who come to worship and to learn, to pray and to support others on the journey of life.
We are just off the main street, oceanside near the harbour end. Our contact details are in the sidebar and you can find St Pauls Anglican Church Stockton on the map here.
St Paul's Anglican Church Stockton
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As part of their Op Shop Market in November, St Matthew’s Georgetown will be running a Christmas Photobooth. Adults and children will be able to dress up as Mary, Joseph, shepherds, magi, and even baby Jesus. Props and costumes will be provided, and [ReadOn...]
When we think of the Christmas nativity we think of Mary and Joseph, with baby Jesus, accompanied by the angel, the shepherd and the sheep. But did you know that Batman and Spiderman also celebrated the birth of Jesus? Well in 2015 they did… and in 2 [ReadOn...]
Following a tumultuous year, Michael Elliott, the Director of Professional Standards, was nominated for a Newcastle Business Club Annual Award by colleague Cathy Rose, Professional Standards Officer, to recognise his ongoing commitment to the profess [ReadOn...]
In July, 27 choristers from Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle, travelled to the UK for their first ever international tour. Supported by partners, friends, husbands and wives, and our “groupies”, a travelling party of well over 40 people immersed th [ReadOn...]
Samaritans need your help! They are urgently seeking volunteers to gift wrap at Stockland Glendale to support Wrapped With Love. They are looking for volunteers who can spare 3 hours of their time, particularly on weekends. Shoppers will be able to h [ReadOn...]
An Anglican college in Madagascar is facing closure unless a crowdfunding campaign can help it break a decade-long "vicious cycle" of decline caused by two fires in 2005. [ReadOn...]
Christian leaders in Fiji have united to declare that gender-based violence is a sin, in an advert shown on cinema screens and national television. [ReadOn...]
The Anglican Church of Burundi has trained 126 people to support victims of gender-based violence and is establishing a safe house to provide counselling and care to victims. [ReadOn...]
Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders in Ireland have pledged to work together to promote peace and deepen understanding in the Holy Land. [ReadOn...]
A group of Welsh Christians are walking from Bethlehem to Egypt to raise funds for Christian Aid’s work with refugees and displaced people around the world. [ReadOn...]
The Primate of Australia, Melbourne Archbishop Philip Freier, has joined other religious leaders in Australia in calling for a new law to tackle modern slavery. [ReadOn...]
Venue: St Joseph’s Spirituality Centre, Kincumber South Theme: JOY: The post 2017 Lent Retreats for Women appeared first on Anglican Women. [ReadOn...]
Anglican Women in the Manning Deanery has organised a Quiet Day 2016 to be held on Monday 7th November at St. John’s Anglican Church, 294 Victoria Street, Taree. Conductor will be Mrs Kara Ford. The post Quiet Day at Taree appeared first on Anglican [ReadOn...]
This weekend, 14-16th October, a weekend for women who have a family member or friend in prison, takes place at Myuna Bay on Lake Macquarie. This ‘special time’, Friday afternoon to Sunday evening, is covered by prayer, 24/7. Please add your prayers [ReadOn...]
Newcastle and Lake Macquarie Deaneries meet at Mayfield Thanks to all and the parishioners of MICA, who contributed to such a lovely day of fellowship, worship, sharing of stories and of special gifts at St Andrew’s Mayfield today, 6 September 2016! [ReadOn...]
Anglican Women of Australia Conference Theme: Thanksgiving for the Ministry of Women Anglican Women in the Diocese of Newcastle will be the hosts for the 2017 Bi-annual Provincial Conference of AWA. Anglican women from many dioceses in Australia, inc [ReadOn...]
With the Diocese still in the midst of the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse in the Church, 270 people, clergy and lay, from around the Diocese of Newcastle gathered at Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College on Saturday 13th August for the annual Dio [ReadOn...]