Tour St. Paul's
The church was designed by architect R. E. Mason, in the English Gothic Style. The cornerstone was laid on July 29th, 1907, and the first service was held on March 9th, 1908.The church is well-known for its timbered hammerbeam roof, gorgeous stained-glass windows, Karn pipe organ, intricate rood screen, tower clock, and church bells.
FACTS ABOUT ST. PAUL’S
We are a growing and vibrant parish. This church is not a museum!
Our worship services are relevant and full of life. We love children and youth! We love weddings and baptisms!
We are celebrating over 113 years of ministry in Thunder Bay (church built in 1908).
We are part of the Anglican Church of Canada.
We are located in the Diocese of Algoma, and our Archbishop Anne Germond
lives in Sault Ste. Marie.
Our 14th Rector, Archdeacon Deborah Kraft, is our 1st female Rector.
The Rev. Gordon Holroyd serves as Honourary Assistant, and the Rev. Anne Carr serves as Deacon Associate.
Our music is inspiring, joyful, and uplifting.
Our Sunday morning services are at 8:30 am and 10:00 am. (live-streamed)
Our Saturday service is at 5:00 pm. This full communion service is only 35 minutes long. We sing praise and worship music at this contemporary service.
If you do not have a church community at this time, we invite you to come to St. Paul’s.
A REFLECTION FOR YOUR DAY
If you planted hope today in any hopeless heart,
If someone’s burden was lighter
because you did your part
If you caused a laugh that chased a tear away,
If tonight your name is mentioned when someone
kneels to pray,
Then your day was well spent.
May God be your Soul Food