RECEIVED a card? 

Great! We hope that it showed you that someone somewhere believes that this world needs more love and kindness and they chose to start with a simple act directed towards you!


We hope you’ll take a minute to understand why they wanted to show you love and kindness.


We hope that you will consider joining the fun and choose to demonstrate your generosity and kindness to someone else. 

If you scroll down you will find a few simple ideas to inspire you to be kind to someone else and brighten up their day but don't let it limit you, use your imagination and creativity.


It would be great if you could tell us your story. Where you are and what act of kindness was shown to you, you don't need to use names. You can tell us your story at the bottom of the page.

what's it all about?

Why hand out cards and do things for people? 


Well we are celebrating our 30th anniversary as a church in Tervuren and over those 30 years God has shown us amazing kindness and love and we want to pass it on to those around us. 


In fact, through Jesus, God has been doing this for much longer than 30 years...


The reason you were shown kindness and love is much more than an anniversary celebration. There is a part in the Bible that talks about Jesus and says 'When the kindness and love of God our Saviour appeared, he saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy' (Titus 3.4-5)


The person who gave you this card knows that they have received so much kindness and love through Jesus and wanted you to experience a little bit of what that is like.


Want to know more?

  • If you know the person who gave you the card then why not chat to them?
  • We would love for you to come and join us on a Sunday morning at 9am or 10:30am
  • In January we are running Alpha which is a series of informal evenings exploring the Christian faith and who Jesus is. 


simple ideas to pass on kindness

Here are just some ideas to get you thinking but use your imagination, creativity and look at the world around you.

  • give your postman a drink and cake

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  • wash a neighbours car for them

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  • do the dishes when visiting a friend

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  • Pay for the coffee of the person behind you in the line

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  • self employed? give a customer a discount just because...

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  • leave an extravagant tip

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  • Help someone do their garden

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  • take lunch in for coworkers

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  • buy flowers for a neighbour

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Other ways we are marking and celebrating our 30th anniversary

30 years of hope

We will kick off our celebrations at the Church Weekend Away (12th-14th October). The theme of the weekend is 'Hope In Uncertain Times' and we will take time within the weekend to celebrate the hope shared over the last 30 years and also have a lot of fun together.


Our guest speaker on the weekend is Stuart McAllister.


More details about the weekend will follow soon.

30 years of kindness

God has blessed us and shown us kindness over 30 years so we want to pass that on to our community. But you already know all that because it is at the top of this page!!

30 years of stories

Bishop Robert will be joining us on 16th December for a confirmation service. Around this time you will also have the opportunity to be baptised. If you feel ready to make one or both of these public statements of your faith, to share the story of God at work in your life then please speak to Simon or Nathan.


Also we would love to hear your stories about how God has used St Paul's to bless you. Whether you are a current member of the church or have at some point been member. Perhaps you met Jesus for the first time through St Paul's, or your faith went to a deeper level, maybe God used St Paul's to help you through a difficult time. What ever it is it would be wonderful if you felt you could share your story with us.


Watch this video (below) and click on the image (left) to see how you can get involved.



30th birthday

The first service at St Paul's was Christmas Day 1988 in St Paulus Church in Vossem. So as part of our Christmas Day celebration we will take a moment to give thanks and to mark that day 30 years on. This year in the Colonial Palace in Tervuren. Come and celebrate with us.