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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This year, Samaritans is anticipating an increased demand for Christmas assistance. Samaritans will rely even further on the generosity of the local community to provide gifts and ask that you give generously. Samaritans also have a large demand for [ReadOn...]
Parishioners from Christ the King at Toronto were extremely generous for a recent toy drive for refugee families last month. In response to a request via the Hunter Ecumenical Justice Network, the Parish of Toronto collected toys for refugee families [ReadOn...]
Gosford Anglican Church and Building Bridges Together held ain interfaith women’s lunch on Saturday October 8. The luncheon was an opportunity for the women of the parish to share conversations with Muslim women over a light lunch. “It was a great pl [ReadOn...]
The Parish of Muswellbrook held a special Messy Day Camp from October 4-6. The camp (which is not a camp, everyone goes home each night) was run over 3 days as a vacation activity and is part of their Messy Church program. “What a fantastic day,” Rev [ReadOn...]
Anglican Care Auxiliary The Anglican Care Auxiliary held it’s 39th Annual Art and Craft Exhibition and Sale from October 7-9 at Anglican Care Village Booragul. The Hon Joel Fitzgibbon, Federal Member for the Hunter, officially opened the Exhibition o [ReadOn...]
South Africa’s church leaders have said that the country is facing a constitutional crisis. [ReadOn...]
The 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, in which 116 children and 28 adults were killed, is being remembered across Wales and elsewhere in the United Kingdom. [ReadOn...]
he primate of the Anglican Church of Canada has presented the province’s Anglican Award of Merit to Anglican Consultative Council member Suzanne Lawson. [ReadOn...]
The Church in Wales has joined five other UK Christian churches in calling for an end to the fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo. [ReadOn...]
Food, water and shelter is being provided for approximately 520 families staying on church properties in Haiti’s southern peninsula following last week’s devastating Hurricane Matthew. [ReadOn...]
The Mission to Seafarers (MtS) is linking up with its German counterparts to provide support for the maritime community in the British ports on the River Tees. [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...]
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...]