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The Joy of Easter at St. Paul’s

Holy Week &
Easter Services

Palm Sunday
March 29th
8:30am Blessing of Palms
Holy Eucharist
10:00am
Liturgy of Palms
Children’s Parade
Passion of Christ
(Dramatic Reading)
‘Silent’ Sermon

Wednesday
April 1st
9:30am Holy Eucharist
7:00pm 
Holy Eucharist
Stations of the Cross

Maundy Thursday
April 2nd
7:00pm  
Eucharist &
‘Foot Washing’
Stripping of the Altar
9:00pm Hourly Prayer
Vigil Begins

Good Friday
April 3rd
9:30am
Family Service
Easter Drama
Children Make
Easter Gardens
Hot Cross Buns
11:00am Celebration of
The Lord’s Passion
Hot Cross Buns
1:00pm Prayer Vigil
Continues

Holy Saturday
April 4th
2:00pm
Prayer Vigil Ends
5:00pm & 6:00pm
Bonfire & Pickerel
Fish Fry
7:30pm Easter Vigil
Holy Eucharist

Resurrection Sunday
April 5th
8:30am  
Easter
Holy Eucharist
10:00am Easter Eucharist &
Flowering of the Cross
Children’s Easter Story
Easter Egg Hunt

We are a People
of The
“Common Cup”

Events in Faith

Tuesday
Christian Meditation
Noon – 1PM
All Welcome

Wednesday
Rector’s Bible Study
7:15-9PM
All Welcome

Rector’s
Lenten Teaching
Wednesdays

March 11th, 18th, 25th
7:15-9PM
Book Cost TBA

Baptism of
a

Rainbow Baby
Kingston

A Testimony of Faith
by
Charlene Shuttleworth

A Testimony of Faith
by

Destinee Heikkinen

A Testimony of Faith
by
Jayne Coy, Youth Leader

A Testimony of Faith
by
Pastor Ann Camber

A Testimony of Faith
by
Alison Arthur, Lay Reader


the anglican church of canada bannerWelcome!Welcome in The Name of The Lord (cree syllabics)

Thank- you for visiting our website! Here you’ll find information about our church,
worship services, and community activities.

At St. Paul’s, we love Children, baptisms, prayer, weddings, eating, walking our Labyrinth, Bible Study, and visitors.

We invite you to worship with us any time
and our hope is that you will feel at home,
and leave refreshed and renewed.

In the words of our patron, St. Paul, we are “Ambassadors for Christ” and we are called to bring God’s grace, love, and peace to everyone.

Although our church is 105 years old and very beautiful, we are not a museum!  We are a growing community of Christians of all ages, committed to sharing Jesus’ words of grace and hope.  We offer a place of hospitality, healing, and love.  Our worship services are uplifting, with relevant messages and glorious music.

You are welcome to email our Rector, Archdeacon Deborah Kraft  (stpauls.rector@shaw.ca) with your questions and comments.

God bless your journey!

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Opportunities
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Spiritual Growth
Winter / Spring 2015
Workshops, Courses
&
Events at St. Paul’s
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Men’s Breakfast
8:30AM
Church Hall
Sat, March 21st

Fish Fry & Bonfire
Tickets on Sale Now!
Sat, April 4th
5PM sitting
6PM sitting
Adults: $15
Kids 5-10: $5 fish
$3 hotdogs
Kids under 5 Free

Book Study

Crafts

Drama

Liturgical Dance

Music

Photography

Self-Defense

Travel

Yoga

Youth Group

Coffee Hour
After the
10AM service
Please join us
to visit, and enjoy
fellowship & treats.

Ambassador

Our weekly newsletter,
“The Ambassador”
is sent by e-mail in PDF?format.
Read our latest edition here
March 20th, 2015

Earlier editions archived
under “Newsletters”
above

Sample Sermons

“Lift High The Cross”
March 15th, 2015
(Archdeacon
Deborah Kraft)

Rest & Return
(Archdeacon
Deborah Kraft)

Faith & Friends
(Archdeacon
Deborah Kraft)

Love One Another
As I Have
Loved You

(Fr. Gordon
Holroyd)

Be Open To God
(Deacon
Anne Carr)

God’s Dreams For Us
(Archdeacon
Deborah Kraft)

God’s Agenda
(Archdeacon
Deborah Kraft)

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