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Our Mission: To worship God, to declare the Gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed, and to provide a place of sanctuary and spiritual renewal for all.

Our Vision: To be a community of people who follow Jesus Christ, living  faith, proclaiming hope, sharing love.

WELCOME TO ST. PAUL’S

The life and ministry of St. Paul’s continues with refreshed Spirit as we find our way following some changes that took us by surprise last fall – especially news about the condition of our building. All the questions have not yet been answered but we are putting the pieces into place to help us discern our new directions.

We are so grateful to our neighbours, Wesley United, who have welcomed us in with such generous hospitality. Right now, we worship as a blended congregation at Wesley on Sunday mornings at 11:00am. Some folks are calling us the UP Church – “United/Presbyterian”. Whether this is a relationship that will continue is yet to be determined but, for now at least, it is serving our mutual needs well.

And we have a Minister! An Interim-Minister actually – the Rev. Ted Hicks, who has come to us from BC to work with us through this time of transition and renewal. You can find out more about Ted on the link provided, including a copy of his first sermon, “A Pioneering Spirit”, which gives a bit of an introduction about him and about his vision. On Sundays, Ted leads worship along with his colleague from Wesley, the Rev. Tony Thompson. Through the week, Ted is available to provide pastoral care to the St. Paul’s folk and to work with the Elders and the people of St. Paul’s in our discernment of God’s plan for the next stage in St. Paul’s history.

Thanks for visiting our website. You are invited also to visit us in person or to call Ted if he can be of service to you.

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In the lower right-hand corner of the left panel is a person who appears out of context in the scene with  Jesus and the fishermen. It is thought this might be Reverend James Nisbet as he made his way down river from Duck Lake to Prince Albert in 1866. It cannot be seen in this view, but he is standing in a York boat which Rev. Nisbet did use on his journey to open a mission in the area.

In the lower right-hand corner of the left panel is a person who appears out of context in the scene with Jesus and the fishermen. It is thought this might be Reverend James Nisbet as he made his way down river from Duck Lake to Prince Albert in 1866. It cannot be seen in this view, but he is standing in a York boat which Rev. Nisbet did use on his journey to open a mission in the area.