Our 11 am service of Holy Communion every Wednesday is an opportunity to drop into St Paul’s for in-church worship. All are very welcome.
Our weekly, midweek service of Holy Communion in St Paul’s at 11am on a Wednesday resumes this week. All are very welcome to take this opportunity of in-church worship after a lockdown of almost five months.
St Paul’s will open again for in-church worship at three services tomorrow for the Seventh Sunday after Easter, at 8.15am, 10.30am and 7pm. All services will be celebrations of Holy Communion, something that has not happened in St Paul’s since December 23rd, which was the last service before the latest lockdown. Capacity is limited to 50 so people are being asked to consider going to the early morning or evening service, instead of the 10.30am one, which will be livestreamed as normal for those unable to attend.
Thank-you to all who took part in or supported the virtual Walk to Kisiizi Hospital that we held recently to raise funds for the Surgeon and Physio assistant’s salaries at Kisiizi Hospital, Uganda.
We had a great response to this event and to date have raised €10,829. Our online payment system (see Donate button above, option 3) remains open for donations and you can also drop contributions into the Rectory at 1 Silchester Road, or into the Kisiizi fund-raising box at the rear of the church when it re-opens on May 16th.
In terms of our distance, we collectively managed almost 4,500km by walking, swimming, and cycling, so that leaves us somewhere in the middle of Algeria!
St Paul’s Kisiizi Surgeon’s Fund-Raising Committee