St Paul’s Parish Hall
Information and Community Use
Our parish hall can hold approximately 80 people when seated (as for a dinner), and 120 people when standing (as for a light reception). Directly off the parish hall, there is a full kitchen, accessible washroom, nursery & breastfeeding area, and the Doucette Room (a small room housing our library and fireplace).
Our hall is a vital part of our church life, and provides welcoming space for church and community activities. The hall is often used for smaller events too, such as family Christmas parties or scrapbooking nights.
We consider the use of our hall as part of our service to the community; as such, there is set rental fee, contact the Church Office for details. You will also need to sign our facility use agreement and provide proof of insurance, or purchase insurance through the church. We reserve the right to refuse hall use, particularly for groups and events which are not in keeping with the beliefs and mandates of St. Paul’s Anglican Church.
To learn more, or arrange use, please contact us.
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“You must love the Lord your God with all your heart,
with all your being, with all your strength, and with all your mind,
and love your neighbour as yourself.”
Luke 10:25-29 [CEB]
Please find below the annual vestry report in both Word and pdf format.
Print at your convenience and have this report available for our annual vestry meeting March 14th, 2021 at 11am.
This service will be held on Zoom and login details will follow.
THURSDAY EVENINGS 2020 LENT 7:00 – 8:15/8:30 pm
This course explores the core of Christian belief in greater depth through the Nicene and Apostles’ Creeds. Its six sessions aim to equip participants with an understanding of these priceless resources for living the Christian life and for knowing God better.
+ Biblical reflection + short video presentation + prayer + discussion + worship + for every level of faith + bring your own Bible or one can be provided
Week 1: What are the Creeds?
Examines the reasons the Creeds were developed and the role they play in Christian life and faith.
Week 2: God as Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit
Considers the profound and wonderful truth that God is Trinity: three persons in relationship, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Week 3: Fully God and fully human
Looks at the unique nature of Jesus Christ, fully God and fully human, and what this teaches us about God and being human.
Week 4: Crucified, risen and ascended
Explores the great shadows in our lives – sin, death and hell – and the way Jesus overcomes these through his death and resurrection.
Week 5: I believe in the Holy Spirit
What does it mean to receive the Holy Spirit? This session looks at the Holy Spirit’s role in the life of the Church.
Week 6: One, holy, catholic and apostolic church
Explores what it means to belong to the people of God and to declare that the Church is one, holy, catholic and apostolic.
only cost is $10.00 for the guidebook
ALL ARE INVITED – just come!
ASH WEDNESDAY: FIRST DAY OF LENT – February 26
10:00 am Blessing and Imposition of Ashes
with Holy Communion
(according to The Book of Common Prayer)
7:00 pm Imposition of Ashes
with Holy Communion
(according to The Book of Alternative Services)
◆ on Tuesdays of Lent at 6:00 pm
March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
◆ Tuesday in Holy Week
April 7 at 7:00 pm
“THE CREEDS” – a Pilgrim course on the Creeds and the significance of what we believe
◆ Thursdays at 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
February 27, March 5, 12, 19, 26, April 2
◆ Biblical reflection, short videos, prayer, discussion, worship
◆ This course aims to equip participants with an understanding of these priceless resources for living the Christian life and for knowing God better.
MINISTERIAL LENTEN WORSHIP AT ST PAUL’S
◆ Wednesday, March 25
at 12:00 noon
◆ John 9:1-11 “yeah, HE did it!” ◆ fellowship meal follows worship
BIBLICAL STATIONS OF THE CROSS
◆ Fridays, March 13 and 27 at 6:00 pm
(lasts for roughly 35 minutes)
◆ on GOOD FRIDAY, April 10 at 10:00 am – a special Stations for children!
May the God of steadfastness and encouragement grant you to live in harmony with one another, in accordance with Christ Jesus, so that together you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.