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10:30 am Sunday mornings

Worship in Viral Times

Whether you’ve been to church every Sunday since you were born, it’s been years since you ventured inside a church, or this is your very first time in church, you are very, very welcome at St. Paul’s. We hope you’ll find it a welcoming place to explore your faith and find a community of friends.


Often the hardest part of going to church is making the decision to actually go inside. If you’re unfamiliar with what happens, don’t worry; that’s ok! Like most everything else you’ve ever done, the first time might seem a little strange or awkward. But, like the first time you learned to ride a bike, friends are here to make it easier and help you along the way.


Here are a few tips to help you:


What happens on Sunday Morning?
How will I know what to do?
I don't know how to pray, is that ok?
I don't like being preached at and being told how to live my life!  So why should I come to church?
I'm not sure I believe in God. Can I still come to St. Paul's?
Do I have to sing?
What about the collection?
I'm spiritual but not religious, is St. Paul's for me?
Am I going to be centred out?
What do  I wear?
What about Communion?
What about children during worship?


Still have questions? Please don't hesitate to contact us.




St. Paul's has opened its doors for in-person worship services. 

Many health and safety protocols are in place to ensure your safe return to the church including:​

  • Masks are to be worn; and

  • We ask that you keep social distancing of 2m whenever possible, and pews are marked where seating is available.

Come, let us worship God!  

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