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Back to normal …

Posted on: January 11th, 2020

It seems like we just put all the decorations of the Christmas season up and it’s now time to take them all down. In fact, at the church on Sunday, there were enough people that it took us less than an hour and the tree was out by the road, the candle sconces were taken […]

Blessings for a new year!!

Posted on: December 31st, 2019

As we mark the end of 2019 and stand on the brink of 2020 may we always recognize and give thanks for the many blessings we have here at St. Paul’s. Read More

Merry Christmas … Blessings!!

Posted on: December 25th, 2019

My prayers for each of you with thanksgiving and gratitude for each person from the youngest to the oldest from the one who has been at St.  Paul’s for years to the one who has recently joined our parish. Together we make St. Paul’s what it is and contribute to what we are becoming!! Read […]

The season of generosity …

Posted on: December 18th, 2019

Isn’t it amazing and wonderful the overwhelming response there is at this time of year for people in need. As I said above, we contributed to three of over 70 Christmas hampers that were distributed out of Sacred Heart. And there are other hampers being distributed out of the Salvation Army as well. What an […]

Bahama’s & The Aftermath Of Hurricane Dorian

Posted on: December 14th, 2019

I heard from Kim Kertland, a parishioner, that he was going to be going down to the Bahamas following the devestation of hurricane Dorian. I asked if he would write an account of his experience to share firsthand what he saw and felt. He offers us these reflections … It is now three months since […]

“Challenge or Opportunity …”

Posted on: December 4th, 2019

We so often face challenges in life that are daunting, overwhelming and cause us to feel anxiety and stress. We also often learn that those challenges are in fact opportunities that open a different way of being and an alternative way of living which in the end is far better than we could have ever […]

“The Church gathers … reflections on Synod 2019”

Posted on: November 12th, 2019

Attending My First Synod … reflections from Gail Browne, lay delegate to synod from St. Paul’s I’ve wanted to attend Synod for quite a while, so I will start my report on last week’s session in Richmond Hill with a sincere “thank you” for electing me as St. Paul’s representative for the next three regular […]


Posted on: October 30th, 2019

From the moment we are young children playing on the school yard we work at developing friendships. Sometimes it’s pretty hard work; and sometimes they don’t last long. But, whatever form it takes, and at whatever age we find ourselves, we value relationships with others that we come to know as friends. Read More

Starched Christians …

Posted on: October 23rd, 2019

Everyday I receive in my email a devotional written by Pope Francis. The one today struck me and inspired some reflection on how our Christian faith is seen and perceived by others around us. And in particular how our faithfulness to the gospel can be inviting to others around us to join in discovering their […]

“As the dust settles …”

Posted on: July 17th, 2019

As I write these words of musing this week, I am also attentive to the last moments of General Synod ending this afternoon in Vancouver. There is no doubt that this has been a tumultuous week with much emotion and grief out of the debate and vote on the marriage canon on Friday evening. I […]

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