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St. Paul's Church
 (The corner of Church, Grafton and Prince streets)
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We are a companion member of The Charter for Compassion



The Annual Meeting of St. Paul’s Church, originally scheduled for Sunday, February 19 is cancelled. The financial report from the external accountant was not yet available to us. The Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, February 26. When the AnnualReport is ready we will make it available on our website, a link will be emailed to everyone. You might need to be logged-in to Google Docs. If you would like us to email you a pdf of the report, we are happy to oblige. In an effort to be environmentally friendly we will only print a few copies of the report. We will print a copy for you if you would like.

 

So, that we are clear - here’s the schedule:

 

Sunday, February 19

8:00 a.m., Holy Eucharist (we will have a service)

10:00 a.m., Holy Communion

 

Tuesday, February 21

Parish Council Meeting is Cancelled

 

Sunday, February 26

8:00 a.m., Holy Eucharist

10:00 a.m., Holy Eucharist

11:30 a.m., Pancake Lunch

1:00 p.m., the Annual Meeting

 

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.


The Annual Report 2016



Sunday Worship:

8:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist

9:50 a.m. - Sunday School (hall)

10:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist

We offer gluten free wafers upon request.

We are:
- Wheel Chair Accessible
- Scent Free
- Nut Free 


Sunday School

For ages 4 and up. We meet in the Hall at 9:50 am, before the service begins, then join with the rest of the parish in the Church at 10:30 am.

For more information about Sunday School email cdjenkins@live.ca


Storm Cancellation Policy

In the event of inclement weather the rector, in consultation with the wardens and whomever they choose to consult, will cancel or postpone parish worship and activities. Cancellations will be announced on our website, on our Facebook page and in local media.

Above all else people are encouraged to exercise caution 
and to stay home when conditions warrant.




 
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St Paul's Church Charlottetown


 
  
The Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island

 
 
  
Welcome to St Paul's Anglican Church. We are a vibrant, diverse community ministering in downtown Charlottetown.

You are welcome to St. Paul's whatever your age or stage of life. Whether you are just curious about living a life of faith or you are a Christian seeking a nurturing community, we have a ministry, activity, or worship format to meet your spiritual needs. And we are always seeking people who want to join us in ministry of others as we spread the good news of God's love and grace for all people.

St Paul's Anglican Church gathers for worship in a historic stone church in downtown Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The Parish is a part of the Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.

We are a welcoming and inclusive community of Christian people who are receptive to change and open to exploring new ways of living out our faith in our daily lives. Our community includes people from a wide range of backgrounds, at various stages on their journey of faith, and with wide range of training, skills and professions. We value and celebrate this diversity.

We respond to the great love of God by welcoming and celebrating God's love for ourselves, and by reflecting this same care and value to one another, and to all creation. In the spirit of mutual or enabling ministry, members of St Paul's are encouraged to use their gifts in ministry, both within the congregation and in the wider community, to ensure a sustainable future for all creation.

All are welcome and all may find a place here.

The purpose of this site is to show what we are up to in our Church community. Members of our community can be informed about up coming activities through this site and visitors may be enticed to visit us in person. 

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