Stations of the The Cross at St.Paul’s

All Holy Week long, these Stations of the Cross will be up (and occasionally blowing down) around St.Paul’s.

Come by, have a look, and spend some time reflecting on the mystery of Christ’s self-giving love.

Paper copies of a ‘Stations of the Cross’ prayer guide will be available with the stations (weather permitting). You can also download a PDF of the prayer guide below. Either way, we hope these stations help you enter into the mystery and miracle of Holy Week.

Worship with St.Paul’s wherever you are.

To worship with us live online this Sunday at 10am, follow the Zoom link below:

CLICK HERE for this Sunday’s ZOOM LINK

Sunday morning with St. Paul’s starts with our Online Coffee Time at 9:30am, followed by In-Person Worship at 10am, and wraps up with a special ‘Family Church’ service In-Person at 11:30am. All three events can be accessed using the same link above.

Would you like to worship with us IN PERSON this Sunday?

We are so grateful that with our recent return to the Yellow Phase of N.B.’s recovery plan, we are able to offer people the opportunity to gather in-person for worship this Sunday at St.Paul’s.  Following our COVID-19 Operational Plan, those who wish to attend worship in person are asked to register in advance, follow COVID-19 screening protocols, and all other relevant aspects of our parish COVID-19 Operational Plan. Also note, that we will be thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing our worship space between services.

CLICK HERE to Worship in person at the 10am service

CLICK HERE to register for Family Church at 11:30am

If you have any questions about worship at St.Paul’s or about our COVID-19 Operational Plan please reach out to us.

Email –
Phone – (506) 832-3375

Did you miss worship this Sunday?

You can still connect with us in worship using our ‘Worship with St.Paul’s’ video stream posted below.

Click HERE to go to our YouTube channel to see all our videos. While you’re there, hit the big red ‘subscribe’ button so that you can get all of our videos as soon as they are uploaded.

We hope that wherever you are, these gatherings for worship and prayer will help you draw close to God and grow in your relationship with him.


learning to carry the kingdom of God wherever we go

The Kingdom Impact Memory System (KIMS) was developed by Michael Frost and Graham Joseph Hill to help people commit the words of Scripture to memory in a way that would challenge them to become more generous, hospitable, Sprit-led, Christ-like, and purposeful followers of Jesus.

Several of us have started to work our way through the KIMS, and you can too. We will post each week’s KIMS plan below. Just open it up and following along.