TSH Prince Albert II & Princess Charlene of MonacoLa Fête du Prince - Mercredi 19 Novembre 2014 - Monaco's National Day 

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Call for volunteers

Call for Volunteers

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Bishop Robert's First Advent Appeal

Eritrean survivors in Crotone

Bishop Robert writes: One year after the tragedy off Lampedusa

I am writing this letter on the anniversary of the Lampedusa migrant shipwreck. On 3rd October 2013, a 20 metre fishing boat carrying migrants from Africa caught fire and sank just off the southernmost point of Italy, killing over 360 people. The tragedy was marked by a day of mourning in Italy. The European Commissioner for Home Affairs said: “let’s make sure what happened in Lampedusa will be a wakeup call to increase solidarity and mutual support and to prevent similar tragedies in the future.”

 The plight of migrants crossing the sea to the Italian coast

Following the Lampedusa tragedy, the Italian government has launched the Operation “Mare Nostrum” with a wide scope to save and rescue persons in distress at sea. Despite this impressive operation, many other tragic incidents have happened and still happen in Greek, Italian, Spanish, Cypriot or Maltese waters. These tragedies remind us of the plight of all those fleeing war and conflict - people desperate to find sanctuary in the relative safety of Europe. At the present time, we are particularly conscious of those escaping cruelty and destruction in the Middle East, particularly refugees from Syria and Iraq.

Refugee Camp in Sicily

In this light, I present to you my first Advent Appeal as Bishop with the intention that our European diocese can express solidarity with some of the most vulnerable people in Europe.

Click here or on the photos to read Bishop Robert's Advent Apeal 2014 letter ...

Please respond to Bishop Roberts very first Advent Appeal as our new Bishop in Europe. Bring or send your cash donations or cheques, made out to Saint Paul's Church and clearly indicating "Bishop's Advent Appeal". Thanks to the money Dani Carew raised at the Annual Monopoly Tournament, we have a great start to this year's campaign. Let's see just how generous we can be!

Remembrance Sunday 2014

Remembrance Day group

While the adults attended the annual Remembrance Sunday service in the church -- click here to listen to Father Walter's Remembrance Sunday sermon -- the children in the Sunday Club enjoyed a lively session focused on the story of David and Goliath with Bianca helping her mother Juulia to lead the session.

The Alpha Course in Monaco

Alpha table talk

Saint Paul's has joined the Monaco Christian Fellowship (MCF) in offering this year's Alpha Course.The Alpha Course is built around table groups that, after sharing a meal together and watching a video presenting the theme for the evening, engage in free and open discussion about Jesus Christ and the core beliefs of Christianity.

The Calendar of activities and events
for 2014-2015 is now online: click here.

Services at Saint Paul's

Sunday Services:
Holy Communion at 08:00
Family Communion 10:30

Wednesday Evening at 18:30
Healing Prayer with Holy Communion

Handel's Messiah 2014

Handel's Messiah, 29 November at 8 p.m. Contact Patricia Cerrone at  musiquedechambremc@yahoo.com to reserve Messiah tickets (30€)

Kermesse Jumble Collection hours 2014

Ecumenical Kermesse Poster 2014


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