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Services
Sunday 8 am Holy Eucharist
Sunday 10 am Choral Eucharist
*Tuesday 7 pm

 

Holy Eucharist

 (May - Oct.)

*Saturday

5pm

 

Holy Eucharist
(Oct-May) 

Welcome to St. Paul's

Whether you are a visitor in our area, new to our community, someone looking for a Church or an established member of St. Paul’s, it is a pleasure to welcome you to our Parish website.

Our goal is to grow in our Christian faith through worship, education and outreach. St. Paul’s is committed to welcoming all members of the community; offering programmes for children, young people, men and women, and seniors.

We worship using the traditional Book of Common Prayer.

We are engaged in reaching beyond ourselves to those in need in our community and around the world, through the KV Food Bank, Romero House, Inner City Youth, the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund, the Sigowet School in Eldoret, Kenya and many other deserving projects. In all these things we enjoy working together as members of the body of Jesus Christ.

We would be delighted to hear from you.

The Peace of the Lord, be always with you.


The Rev. Fr. Paul Rideout
Rector


UPCOMING DATES & ACTIVITIES AT ST. PAUL'S 

 

Summer Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30 - 12:30

until September 3, 2019 

(Spring Lake, our sexton, will be running the office this summer)


 The Parish Prayer Chain - Call with specific prayer requests which will be handled in a confidential manner. Call the office for this month's contact.

 

Join us for Holy Eucharist

Tuesday, 7 pm, Holy Eucharist starting June 25 for the summer

Saturday, 5 pm, Holy Eucharist until June 22

Sunday, 8 am, Holy Eucharist:

Sunday,10 am, Choral Eucharist

(check the calendar for holiday season times) 

 

 

(see "calendar" for all events & click on event for details) 

Check out our new Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/stpaulsrothesaycanada/

 

 

Our New Youth & Families Minister - starting August 1, 2019

We welcome Rev. Jeremy McNally and his family to St. Paul's. Jeremy brings with him many years of experience as a minister, missionary and church planter - both in Canadian and international contexts, having lived for 10 years in the Middle East. In 2016, he and his wife and three girls moved back home to New Brunswick. Jeremy is ordained in the Wesleyan tradition but has a deep appreciation for the Anglican way. For Jeremy, denomination is secondary to helping people to follow Christ. He has a passion for youth ministry, faith formation and community involvement. He is also a musician and is a keen student of history and culture. He and his family are looking forward to joining us and making St. Paul's their spiritual home. 

 

Father Paul and Erin celebrating with our Parish after their nuptials earlier this summer. Congratulations and welcome Erin to our Parish family.