As per the provincial protocols at this time, in person worship at St. Paul’s has been paused. We will post links to online worship services you can enter into for Christmas and Sunday mornings to come.
Join us for worship on this Sixth Sunday of Easter as we continue to celebrate the hope and promise of the resurrection. This Sunday we enjoy jazz as we are engaged in our praise of God for the many blessings we have been given. Today we reflect on Jesus our friend and what that means for us and our lives.
Join us for online worship from St. Paul’s Anglican, Uxbridge as we celebrate the Fifth Sunday of Easter. We continue to sing our alleluia’s as an Easter people with a resurrection faith. Gathering virtually in worship includes prayers, scripture, a reflection and music.
Join us for worship on this Fourth Sunday of Easter as we focus and reflect on Jesus the Good Shepherd. A service of inspiring music, prayers, scripture and a reflection on Jesus the Good Shepherd today in our lives. We continue to celebrate the joy and promise of our resurrection faith.
Join us for the Third Sunday of Easter as we continue to proclaim the joy and hope of the resurrection with music, prayers, scripture reading and a reflection. Alleluia, Christ is risen; He is risen indeed, Alleluia!!!
Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan, The Rev. Karen Hammond Croxall & The Rev. Sean Astop
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
In partnership with Trinity United and St. Andrew’s Chalmers Presbyterian we present a version of the Stations of the Cross
lived out in our own community in places like a local school, the Foodbank, the cemetery and more.
Jesus continues to suffer today and He continues to be crucified wherever there is injustice, pain, suffering and grief.
As we enter this Holy Week and walk each step with Jesus our prayer is that you will be inspired to see and recognize the crosses in our midst.
“Christ became obedient unto death, even death on a cross”
Join us for our online worship from St. Paul’s as we observe Palm Sunday and Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Today we mark the beginning of this week we know as holy leading to Good Friday and Easter.