All are welcome at St. Paul’s. Whether you’re checking out our church for the first time or returning after some time away, we welcome you to join us. Come dressed as you feel comfortable.
We have two services of worship on Sunday and you are invited to experience one or both. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we welcome you.
When you arrive a greeter will give you a leaflet to help guide you through the service (for a sample order of service click here), and answer any preliminary questions you may have.
Don’t worry if you don’t know exactly when to sit or stand — the bulletin will help you in that regard, and join in the service only where and when you feel comfortable.
After the service please stay for refreshments and conversation. At that time, you can also find out more about the activities we offer.
8 am – Said Celebration
This said service offers time for silence and quiet – a nice way to begin the day.
10 am – Sung Celebration
This service of worship connects our present, living faith with those who have worshipped God faithfully for centuries. All are welcome to join us for this vibrant service with choral music, hymns, relevant sermons and prayers. Young people are welcome to join our children’s program or use the “soft space” where they will find quiet toys and colouring pages.
Lay Involvement is important at St. Paul’s with a large number of parishioners volunteering to assist as Subdeacons, Readers, Intercessors and Servers. To learn more about these roles, click here.
Wednesday at 10:00 am
The service is wonderfully intimate said celebration of Holy Communion with Anointing for Healing offered to all who wish. Refreshments are available afterward. The service is preceded at 9:30 am with Morning Prayer. All are welcome to come to one or both.
We offer special services throughout the year including Christmas Eve, Holy Week, and All Souls. On some evenings throughout the year we also offer worship events such as Evensong, Jazz Vespers and Rock ‘n Soul. Find out more about the special services at St. Paul’s.