Service Times At St Paul’s
Join Us In Worship!
Book of Common Prayer (BCP)
This is a small 45 minute spoken service with Holy Communion. Enjoy a time of fellowship after this informal worship although COVID-19 restrictions at present do not allow the refreshments usually enjoyed after the worship service.
Book of Common Prayer (BCP)
Join us for this contemplative early morning worship using the Book of Common Prayer. There is no music at this 45 minute service of Holy Communion. Children are welcome at this service, however there are no programs for them.
Book of Alternative Services (BAS)
Come enjoy a traditional Anglican worship service with music and be inspired. At this service we have a nursery, Sunday school and youth program. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, there are no refreshments after the service at this time.
Come to a service!
What To Expect During Worship
A brief introduction for newcomers!
We worship together using The Book of Common Prayer and The Book of Alternative Services. The 8:00 am Sunday service and the 10:00 am Thursday services are ‘said,’ meaning they don’t have any music.
The 10:30 am service is the principal Sunday morning service at St. Paul’s. We gather to sing, to pray, to hear from the scriptures, and to share in communion with one another and with God around the Lord’s Table.
Music is integral to worship at St. Paul’s. We worship in the Anglican Liturgical context and style. Singable, solid, engaging music of different styles, are used to support and enhance the worship experience. At St. Paul’s we are proud to have a talented choir.
Special services occur at different times of the year and are usually announced in church and on the calendar page of the website.
Children and young people are welcome to stay in church or participate in the special programming for kids (nursery – teen). If you’d like to go with your child to Sunday school, you are most welcome to do so. In any case, the kids come back into the church just before communion starts. If you have any questions, you can contact our Church School Coordinator.
St. Paul’s Anglican Church is committed to excellence in serving all community members including people with disabilities. Wheelchair accessible washroom facilities are in the hall. Hearing assistance is available – please ask the person who greeted you today and they will help you.
If you’re interested in more information about St Paul’s history as a parish, its buildings, its worship and its programs, please explore the rest of this website.
We look forward to welcoming you at any time.
Then he took a loaf of bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.” And he did the same with the cup after supper, saying, “This cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood.”
Luke 22:19-20 (NRSV-A)