We are delighted you have chosen to visit us. Worshipping with the St. Paul’s community is both casual and reverent; there is a sense of awe and wonder about God, but with a sense that you are among friends and family in a welcoming place.
Worship Time – During Pandemic
Sunday service will be held at 10:30 am. You should arrive by 10:00 am to register and be screened per government regulations.
What to expect
You will register upon entry, and asked a series of brief questions, you will be asked to use our sanitization station and a greeter will direct you to a socially distanced pew.
Our service will be projected onto a screen.
We stand for singing, we stand kneel or sit for prayer. You are welcome to participate to the level you are comfortable. Nursing mothers are encouraged to stay.
During the service, we share “The Peace” with a bow “Peace be with you” – symbolic of being at peace with God and others.
What about children?
Currently Sunday School activities are suspended due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic.
We offer Sunday School for younger children to attend shortly after the service begins. They return to the service in time for communion when they come together, to the altar rail, and receive communion (or a blessing). After communion, the children return to their parent or guardian for the remainder of the service.
The last Sunday of the month, children remain in the sanctuary with their parents.
Do you have to give money?
Offering plates are available on tables at the back of the sanctuary for you to place your offering if you so desire.
The collection taken up during the service helps to support our mission and ministry but is voluntary. We would appreciate if you gave, but there is no obligation.
What happens after the service?
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are asked to leave immediately following the dismissal, socially distancing and no congregating to minimize the risks.
What to wear
Our members of the congregation wear a wide range of styles, from casual to dressy to national garments.
We have ample parking behind the church.
There’s an accessibility ramp to the front door of the church and a main floor accessible washroom.