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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Save the date… the Anglican Care Auxiliary are holding it’s 39th Annual Art and Craft Exhibition and Sale from October 7-9. The function will be held at Anglican Care Village Booragul in Timbury Hall and Administration Building. The Hon Joel Fitzgibb [ReadOn...]
Parish of Terrigal Holy Trinity held a Harvest Festival on Sunday September 25. All non-perishable goods donated went to Samaritans and all perishable goods to Central Coast shelter. Parish of Nelson Bay Rev’d Kesh Govan was interviewed by Port Steph [ReadOn...]
On Saturday September 17 ANeW Anglican Church joined CityServe for the annual working bee at Lambton Public School. 41 adults and children from ANeW and the school attended, enjoying a pleasant sunny day doing a variety of things to improve the groun [ReadOn...]
Celebrations were held at our Newcastle Anglican Schools to bid farewell and good luck to our year 12 students. See photos below from Manning Valley Anglican College, Lake Grammar – An Anglican School, Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College and Newcastle Gr [ReadOn...]
Bishop Greg visited the Albion Farm Gardens in Woodville on Sunday September 25 to bless a multi-faith bridge built by Philip Redman in honour of his father Max, former rector of the Parish of Maitland. The bridge is a significant part of Maitland’s [ReadOn...]
The lights to the Peace Lutheran Church in Anna Bay were turned back on last weekend (24-25 September), and flicking the switch were three young men who are spearheading its revival. Jack Torr, 17, Josh Govan, 16, and Liam Kearton, 17, will run the A [ReadOn...]
Members of the official Anglican-Orthodox dialogue have met this week to discuss a range of bioethical and moral issues. [ReadOn...]
he Provincial Synod of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA) has agreed in principle to divest from fossil fuels. [ReadOn...]
A 24-hour prayer vigil is taking place on the Windward Islands as people are asked to pray for their “parish, archdeaconry, diocese and nation.” [ReadOn...]
The Primate of Jerusalem and the Middle East, Archbishop Mouneer Anis, has said that the Anglican church in Tripoli is struggling to survive. [ReadOn...]
A new collection of resources to strengthen and support the use of the Bible in the life of the Church has been published by the Anglican Communion. [ReadOn...]
A selection of photos as more than 700 new believers are baptised at a service to mark the 70th anniversary of the CSI. [ReadOn...]
Over the first week of September 2016, ladies from KOW (Kairos Outside for Women – Hunter), shared their stories and told Anglican Women around the Diocese of Newcastle about the work of the Kairos Prison Ministry, and more specifically, the work o [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. Members from many dioceses in Australia, including [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...]
Held at the beautiful, historic St Peter’s Church, East Maitland on Tuesday 7th June 2016, we were made most welcome by the Rector, The Ven. Canon David Battrick BSG and staff. On a day that was fine, though very windy after a fairly extreme weekend, [ReadOn...]