Ambassadors for Christ
At St. Paul’s, we are committed to doing everything we can to keep you safe and well during this pandemic. We are reaching out to you in a new digital way through our live-streams and videos.
Our weekly newsletter and sermons are available to you on this website.
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May God bless you and fill you with hope!
Important Notice to our Community
read the latest updates from Archbishop Anne
Please note that due to public health protocols and guidelines surrounding COVID-19, worship services have been suspended at this time. Please join us for worship service via live video stream by watching below in the video player.
St. Paul's Anglican Church Live Video Worship Services
It is our pleasure to be able to provide our community with ongoing worship services and updates during this difficult time. If you missed our live stream, here is the latest video
We invite you to join us from the
comfort of your living room
every Friday at 12 noon.
Until the pandemic is over, we will be praying the Litany of Reconciliation
on the front steps of St. Paul’s.
Visit St. Paul's
We are happy that you are thinking about joining us for worship and we want to make your first time as enjoyable as possible.
Events and Dates
Want to know what's happening at St. Paul's each season? Be sure to check for upcoming events and times here.
As Ambassadors for Christ, we are called to bring our Lord's grace, love and peace to everyone.
Food for the Soul
Discover opportunities for spiritual growth at St. Paul's Anglican Church through Food for the Soul!
Children & Youth
Starting the Sunday after labour day in September, Sunday Morning programs runs all the way until the last Sunday of June.
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The Church is steadfast in a society of multiple faiths. Our hope is that you will feel at home, and leave refreshed and renewed.
See what's happening at St. Paul's
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Food for the Soul
Learn about opportunities for spiritual growth at St. Paul's Anglican Church
Discover the 2020
Edition of Food for the Soul online HERE
Baptism is a coming into the Body of Christ, it is about who we are in Christ, and whose we are: God’s own.
“Baptism is the sign of new life in Christ. Baptism unites Christ with his people."