Even if you’re unable to come to worship with us in person, you can still worship with us from home via Zoom every Sunday at 10:30 am by clicking the image above.
If you would like to worship with us in person this Sunday please contact the parish office or click HEREto register online to worship with us in person. You can contact the parish office at 832-3375 or firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours are Monday through Thursday 9am to 12pm
Did you miss worship this week? Then connect with us in worship using our Worship at Home video stream from this past Sunday. We hope that, wherever you are, this worship gathering will help you connect with God and to experience a growing relationship with Him.
Over several Sundays at St.Paul’s we are going to be exploring the latest book by Bishop N.T. Wright, “God and Pandemic”.
This is a deeply thoughtful and prayerful reflection on how followers of Jesus ought to think about and respond to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and it’s a warning against some of the ways that Christians have already gotten both of these things very very wrong.
If you have questions about why a loving God would let something like this happen, or how we should think about God and/or God’s call to us in these challenging times, then this series is for you.
Each Sunday morning, weather permitting, we gather just outside St.Paul’s at 9:30am for a service of Morning Prayer & Praise.
It’s a wonderful time of praying and singing together outside in the beauty of creation, and you get to pick the songs. Just send us your hymn requests by emailing email@example.com or calling 506-832-3375*.
*Song selections will be limited to those found in the ‘Mission Praise’ song book. Musical accompaniment will not be available for all songs.
While public gatherings of Holy Communion have been able to resume with lots of very careful precautions, we also want to support those for whom receiving Communion in public is not yet an option.
If you would like to receive Communion in your home, we would be very pleased to help make that happen.
What are we supposed to think about the Coronavirus crisis? Is it a sign of the End? Is it a call to repent? Join us for a 5-week study on “God and the Pandemic” written by one of the world’s foremost New Testament scholars, N.T. Wright.
7:30PM: Brief chapter summary by Archbishop David. 7:50PM: Breakout into discussion groups 8:20PM: Closing thoughts and Compline
Purchase the book on Amazon or Zondervan. The Lighthouse and Westminster’s in Fredericton will also order (two week delivery).
Join with others from across the diocese as we review and study the book together. Registration required by September 18 – click here to register.