We are happy to announce we are OPEN for in-person worship again! Join us on May 22, for our Sixth Easter Sunday Service at 9.30 a.m.
All former protocols (masking, safe distancing, etc.) remain in place.
WORSHIP FROM HOME SERVICE IS HERE
WELCOMING YOU HOME
St. Paul's is a warm, lively Christian community called by our
Lord Jesus Christ to love one another, to welcome into our midst all people,
and to proclaim the Gospel by serving the needs of the world we live in.
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Importance of a Friend
Tom Pettingill & Jim Belton
A Year of Children, Youth and Family Ministry
Check out the new calendar of events for our diocesan children, youth, and family ministries. Existing programs have been transitioned safely to a virtual platform and we are excited to offer four new ones:
* The Table - a monthly Zoom gathering for those aged 20 years and older. The group meets to discuss and explore trending topics, life's big questions and spirituality. This casual evening promises to bring laughs, new friends, a sense of community and a safe place to talk. Click here for the dates and time.
* YLTP - the Youth Leadership Training Program is a three year leadership training opportunity to equip young people to take an active leadership role within their parishes and communities as group leaders, committee members, etc. Once you're accepted into Year One (with 12 youth), you're automatically registered for Years Two and Three.
* Why Believe? - For youth interested in exploring the connection between faith and everyday life, that may lead to confirmation; All program participants must complete and submit this Program Registration Form per program.
For more information about these and other programs or resources, contact:
Sarah Bird (Program Consultant,, CYFM)
CORONA VIRUS COVID-19
All are welcome! We encourage you to attend one of our Sunday service and experience the uplifting joy of Christ in your midst.
Find out about upcoming special services, events at St. Paul's and in the Diocese of Niagara
INUIT OUTREACH PROJECT (IOP)
IOP is managed through volunteers from the Halton Hills Anglican Church and community.