St. Paul’s Outreach Committee have been able to financially support North House for several years. When they approached the Churches and other volunteer organizations in Uxbridge for funds towards their proposed move to larger premises, we were pleased to propose a motion at Vestry to use money from our investments to assist them. This motion […]
Celebrating the gift of creation and our calling to be good stewards, we were grateful to parishioners who came out to clean up our church gardens.
What a glorious celebration of the resurrection! Christ is risen, He is risen indeed, Alleluia!!!
With all that is happening in the Ukraine you are invited to a time of vigil and prayer The church will be open this Sunday February 27 from 2 to 3 pm Scripture passages for reflection and prayers to pray will be available at the door. No advance registration is required. We will follow the […]
For the last 8 weeks Cantorei sine Nomine, the chamber choir directed by Stu Beaudoin, has been preparing a virtual service of Lessons and Carols for our worship and enjoyment. The program includes traditional lessons and carols, Christmas anthems, new choral music, choruses from Messiah and accompaniment by the Family String Quartet that has played […]
Each Wednesday in the weeks leading up to Christmas, we gather for a quiet and meditative candlelight Communion service with contemplative music for reflection.
Again this year, St. Paul’s has a display set up as part of the Festival of Lights in Elgin Pond. Thanks to Art, Biz, Dave and Gerry for setting it up for us.
Following the Santa Claus parade throughout downtown Uxbridge, St. Paul’s held a Christmas market on the front lawn of the church. Thank you to all those involved in this opportunity to engage our wider community.
On November 14 Orpheus Symphonietta presented a concert which included an original composition of our director of music ministry Stuart Beaudoin, “Angelus”.
On September 30, 2021, approximately 130 people from St. Paul’s Anglican, St. Andrew’s Chalmers Presbyterian and Trinity United churches and the wider community of Uxbridge gathered in solidarity with our Indigenous people to remember the injustice and tragedy of residential schools. We were blessed to hear Pearl Gabona, a Metis Elder and Councilor offer a […]