Paget Church Opens Doors To Those In Need

October 13, 2014

Following Tropical Storm Fay, the Anglican Parish Church of St. Paul, Paget has opened their doors to Paget residents and all those still without electricity, offering toilet facilities, water, power to charge cell phones, Wi-Fi access, and the ability to heat food.

Anyone who needs any of the above is welcome to attend the Christian Education Centre building at 69 Middle Road, Paget, which is located next to the Paget Gas Station and will be open until 9pm this evening. For further information, contact 236 5880 until 3pm.

For all our coverage of Tropical Storm Fay click here, and for our live blog click here.

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  1. Ms. Poli Tician says:

    This is the Bermuda in which I grew up – helpful, thoughtful and solution-oriented.

    Thank you St. Paul in Paget. A wonderful example of a community-based, necessary outreach. Thank you.

  2. To Rev Ant/St.Paul’s Vestry and Parishioner’s we say thank you and what a great act of kindness to humanity,This is to be commended and appreciated for your thoughtfulness.

  3. WatchDogs says:

    That’s so awesome! I’m still without power but I’ll ride it out.. I charged my two iPhones and iPad at work..

  4. D says:

    Really nice,