St Paul's is privileged to sit at the heart of the community in Egham Hythe, and is committed to serving the community here.  See the Food Kitchen page to sign up for a free fresh meal each Friday, and see below and the other drop down pages for more information about what's happening at St Paul's. 

Foodbank:   St Paul's and Vineyard Church are now a venue for Runnymede Foodbank. Go to our Foodbank page here for more information.

Watch and Pray:  Daily prayers and reflections for Lent.  Material for adults and for children. Download the App or sign up for emails at the Church of England page here.  Or pick up a booklet at the back of church. 

Zoom Watch and Pray:  Our zoom room is open for prayer on Tuesdays during Lent from 7pm-8.30pm (same link as Sundays – contact if you need the code). Input, discussion and prayer from 7.30pm-8pm with zoom room open either side for quiet reflection together at home. 

Monday Lent Group starting Monday 19th February 7.30-9pm in church: A chance to meet, think and talk about faith together, going through a short Lent book over 6 weeks. Ben Niblett will facilitate the group, using material from “The Beloved Disciple”,  the 2024 Bloomsbury Lent Book. You don’t need to read the book but will get more from the evenings if you do.  Email Ben if you have any queries or to let him know you’re planning to attend.  


Pilgrim Course: Wednesday 6th March at 2pm in church.  Don’t worry if you’ve missed the other sessions.  All welcome.  The other sessions are on 10th April, 8th May and 12th June.  More information about the pilgrim course can be found here.

Mothering Sunday Parade Service with the Uniformed Groups - Sunday 10th March at 10am - do put it in your diary and come along.  With distribution of posies













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