A Men's Breakfast Club on the 2nd Saturday of each month
atThornleigh, The Esplanade, at 8.30 am, followed by a talk
and discussion. For details, contact Rob on 015395 32733 or at
- St Paul's is part of Churches Together in Grange-over-Sands and
District. Other Churches include the Methodist, Roman
Catholic, United Reformed Church, Society of Friends, and the Bay Family
Church. The present Chairman is the Mrs Kzathy Stancliffe, and
the Secretary is Frances Limbrey. Meetings are held four times a
year, and regular events include the following.
Coffee morning every third Tuesday at Abbot Hall, 10 for
10.20 am - speaker and chat. Enquiries to Keith Buckler on 015395
The Co-Workers for Mother Teresa on the fourth Monday of each month
in the Father Magner room at St Charles RC Church at 7.30pm for meditation. The
group is currently co-ordinating collections for the foodbank at Barrow.
Parcels are also sent on to Millom and Ulverston.
A Cross of Unity travels around the churches of all denominations
Lent lunches each Friday from noon in aid of CAFOD, the Tear Fund and Christian
Prayers are said each month on the 2nd Sunday, 7.30 pm, in the Methodist
Church, for the Youth Project
Joint services of worship at various times of
the year, eg Week of Christian Unity (January),
Women's World Day of Prayer (March), Christian Aid week (May),
One World Week (October), Advent
Carol singing in December
PRIMARY SCHOOL AND EDUCATIONAL LINKS
Grange C of E Primary School, 2013
Grange-over-Sands Primary School is
CofE-controlled. It has 153 full-time pupils currently on roll, and a
further 17 part-time pupils in the nursery. Most of the children come from
within the surrounds of the town.
Close links exist with the Parish Church,
and the Rector visits on a regular basis either to conduct assemblies or to
work in class on curriculum matters connected with the schoolís delivery of
RE, and with other church members runs an after-school club. Annual services like the Leaversí Service and Harvest Festival are held
at St Paulís, in rotation with other churches in Grange, namely the URC and
the Methodist. The Catholic Church is too small to accommodate all the
pupils, staff and parents.
Five members of St Paul's Church serve on the governing body.
In July the school was presented with the Bishop's Award in
recognition of the excellent relationship between the school and church.
Christmas activities 2015
Prayer Spaces, Easter 2015
End of Term Leavers service at St Paul's, July
special day for Years 5 and 6 in all Primary Schools in the Team,
Monday, 3rd October 2016
Christmas service, December 2016
Secondary and tertiary education is available at Barrow, Cartmel, Kendal,
Lancaster, Milnthorpe (Dallam) and Ulverston. The PCC nominates one member
to the governing body of the Cartmel Priory Secondary School.