As of Nov. 25th, 2020 our in-house protocols have been updated.

Please click here for more details:  2020 Nov 25 2nd wave COVID19

You may contact us through this site by clicking on ‘Connect’ (above).

 

For Parish Communications:  2020 Nov. 27 Friday email

Bishop Consecration, Monday, Nov. 30th at 7pm

Great News!  The Medical Director of Nova Scotia was given a copy of the Diocese plan for this modified service of Consecration and Installation, including their health and safety measures, and they have his approval to proceed.  They are upholding all of the provincial regulations that apply to faith-based gatherings in this area as of this date according to Dr. Strang’s direction.  The worship space for this liturgy is considered to be the transept. No more than five people will be present in this space at any one time.  The music ensemble is a family bubble and are always at least 60 feet away from members of the congregation.  Videographers are at least 30 feet from the congregation.  A photographer, when present, is at least 20′ away from the congregation.  Because of last minute changes due to the current travel restrictions, a change in the recording/broadcasting of the service has had to take place. As a result the live streaming will only be able to be shown through face book at the link below.  Please note; you do not need a face book account to watch.  Just click on the link below (live on Facebook at 7pm tomorrow night).

https://www.facebook.com/Diocese-of-Nova-Scotia-and-Prince-Edward-Island-274107035933762

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Whether you’re looking for your future spiritual home or seeking to step into Halifax’s incredible past, our doors are open to you.

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  • Sundays: 10 am Eucharist with Children’s Programme (on hold as of Nov. 25th, 2020)
  • Wednesdays: 11 am Eucharist (on hold as of Nov. 26th, 2020)
  • 9 am Morning Prayer Monday-Saturday by Zoom; (Friday on site on hold as of Nov. 26th, 2020)

What you'll find at St. Paul's

Our doors are typically wide open to people from all backgrounds who wish to join us on our faith journey, as we follow Jesus Christ. Week by week for over 270 years, people from all walks of life have gathered in our building, in joyful celebration of the love of  God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  We look forward to re-opening to the public on weekdays once the Public Health restrictions caused by COVID19 have been lifted.  Our staff/volunteers continue working: please contact us to make any appointments.

Worship With Us

For more than 12,000 Sundays worshippers have gathered here to celebrate Christ’s death and resurrection, to read God’s word and to hear it preached from the pulpit, to bring before Him the needs of the world and to offer Him humble thanks for his goodness.

Explore History

St. Paul’s is the oldest building in Halifax and the oldest existing Anglican place of worship in Canada. Founded by proclamation of King George II in 1749, the building was erected in the summer of 1750.

Find Sanctuary

A sanctuary is a place of refuge from danger, and many have entered St. Paul’s Church with that in mind since the mid-eighteenth century. In its early days the most obviously vulnerable have sought refuge, or been carried to it, during catastrophes—the injured, the dying, the dead.

Parish Life & Parish Missions

Who We Are & What We Do

St. Paul’s has a rich and busy community life anchored in shared worship (liturgy). Our parish life includes community luncheons, Christian education, and other programmes, such as:

St. Paul’s also has a number of outreach programmes and missions in which we serve our community:

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