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    St Paul’s is a small and lively church in the village of Healey, North Yorkshire, three miles west of the market town of Masham. Traditional services are held every Sunday; Holy Communion is celebrated on the first and third Sunday of every month and Evensong is celebrated on the second and fourth Sundays. Light refreshments are offered after Holy Communion.

    The children of the parish attend Sunday School on the 3rd Sunday of the month joining the morning service in time for communion.

    As well as regular services the parishioners of St Paul’s are active in the local community; each year we have a number of Coffee Mornings, a Domino Drive, Barbeque, Harvest Lunch, and Christmas Carols in our local pub. See the link to our photo page for the recent highlights.

    We would love to see you at any of our Church services and you are most welcome to join us for any of our community events. The calendar to the right provides more information on the times and places of up coming services and events.

    Please use the buttons above to explore this website and follow the links to other useful local websites.

    Pointing Project Update: The he repointing work is almost complete at St Paul's.  The interior is done and the mason is trying to finish off the exterior while the weather remains warm enough.  We are very grateful to the National Churches Trust and to Yorkshire Historic Churches Trust for promising us a grants towards the work."

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  • The Ministry Team

    We have a wonderfully varied team of Ministers. Our Vicar David Cleeves is well supported by Michael Saunders. Our new assistant curate is Sian Lawton

                                           

    Our two dynamic Church Wardens are Delia Richmond and Anne Ramsay:

                               

    Please feel free to get in touch with David, Delia or Anne if you want to know anything at all about St Paul’s or any details of up coming events.

     

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