First Communion at Saint Paul's
One of the children from the Saint Paul's Sunday School made her First Holy Communion with us on Pentecost Sunday. In 2006, the General Synod of the Church of England voted to welcome children who have not yet been confirmed, to be admitted to Holy Communion. This decision reflects common practice in the universal church where all of God's children are welcome to share in the Lord's Supper. In the Diocese in Europe, children from the age of 7 years can so be admitted, provided that they undergo suitable preparation to ensure they have some sense of the dignity of the Sacrament. Children at St Paul's, Monaco have been welcomed to Holy Communion since November 2008 and, to date, 23 children have thus been admitted to Holy Communion at our church. If you know a child, seven years or older, who would appreciate admission to Holy Communion at Saint Paul's Church, please contact Father Walter.
Chaplaincy Council 2013
The new St Paul's Chaplaincy Council was dedicated on Ascension Sunday, 12th May, with (left to right) Cyril Badaro, Rupert Katritzky, John Watton, Liesbeth Tinker, Mary de Vachon, Dani Carew and Patricia Cerrone formally accepting the responsibilities of leadership in our chaplaincy community.
Saint Paul's on the World Wide Web
For photos and stories about events and activities at St Paul's Church, click here or on the photo (above) to visit our "News" page. For sermons at St Paul's click here. Visit and "Like" our Facebook page: Saint Paul's Anglican Church.
Services at Saint Paul's
Holy Communion at 08:00
Family Communion 10:30
Wednesday Evening at 18:30
Healing Prayer with Holy Communion
Calendar of Events at Saint Paul's
Saturday 25 May 19:30 Grand Prix Vigil (GP track opens at 19:00). On Sunday 26 May there is only one service at 8 a.m. The main morning service (10:30) is cancelled because of road closures for the Grand Prix.
Coronation Jubilee, Sunday 2nd June at 10:30 a.m. Our Sunday worship will include a commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Coronation of HRM Queen Elizabeth II.
TELELOOP SYSTEM NOW AT SAINT PAUL'S
In the course of the winter (2013), a new teleloop system was installed in Saint Paul's Church, thanks largely to the efforts of Liesbeth and Clive Tinker with the help of Jeremy Swales. A teleloop system allows sound to be transmitted directly from a microphone to a hearing aid (with a telecoil). This makes it easier for hearing aid users to enjoy religious services -- and listen to sermons! -- without the distraction of background noise. People with hearing aids having difficulty connecting with the new teleloop system during services at Saint Paul's are asked to contact Mr William Brion at Monaco Surdité (18.104.22.168) for assistance in calibrating their hearing aid with the system.