Our Sunday 10 am Worship resumes August 30th, 2020!
You are also welcome to join us at:
our Zoom 9am Matins (Mon-Sat); contact the office to be signed up
our Hybrid 9am Matins (Fridays only); contact the office to be signed up for Zoom, or to register for ‘in-house’ attendance
our in-house 11am Wednesday Eucharist (must pre-register by contacting the office)
Join us for worship and liturgy at 10:00 a.m. on Sundays
Sunday services are held at 10:00 am and alternate between the traditional (BCP: Book of Common Prayer) and contemporary (BAS: Book of Alternative Services) format. In addition to the Sunday service, St. Paul’s also holds a Chancel Eucharist service each Wednesday from 11:00-11:30, to which all are invited to attend. Also, we hold a Matins (Morning Prayer) service every Friday from 9-9:30 am, to which all are welcome.
We have Sunday school programs
Sunday school programs run each week during the service, and the Sunday school program finishes in time to allow all members of the St. Paul’s spiritual family to enjoy Communion together.
Music is an important feature of our worship
Music features prominently in the spiritual life of St. Paul’s, and worship services are enhanced through the work of the church’s extremely talented music team. Traditional services feature the St. Paul’s choir and music provided by the church’s grand organ. During contemporary services, music is provided by an instrumental ensemble featuring singers, as well as a variety of woodwind, percussion and stringed instruments.
All are welcome
St. Paul’s welcomes all baptized Christians to partake in Communion, and invites all others to come to the Lord’s table for a blessing.
Worship calendar and events
Click on the links below to view our current liturgy schedule: 2020 May 17 – Oct 11 Liturgies
Curious about the quality of preaching at St. Paul’s? To hear previous sermons visit https://soundcloud.com/st-pauls-Halifax
Apostles Creed Videos
Throughout the summer of 2020, for eight weeks, our Divinity Intern Benjamin von Bredow published a series of short videos discussing the Apostles’ Creed. You are encouraged to use them as aids for re-considering and deepening your engagement with the fundamentals of the Christian faith. Each week there was also a resource sheet that he created, which had the text of the video, and a series of questions intended to spark personal reflection on themes from the Creed.The link to the first video, on the words, “I believe,” is here:
week 4 = https://youtu.be/_CGGKhyGvKA
week 6 = https://youtu.be/vsY1I_M03dk
week 7 = https://youtu.be/sVSJXOxPju0