Coming up at St.Paul’s

Lamenting our Losses, Counting our Blessings and Facing the Year Ahead

Our annual meeting is always an important time in the life of our parish, but this year will be unique. In addition to reviewing the past year we will be reflecting together on what we lost as a parish as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, on the blessings we experienced in the midst of the pandemic, and on how we can face a future of uncertainty and instability with confidence and hope.

Due to on going public health concerns around public gatherings, we will be conducting the meeting online over Zoom. The Zoom link will be made available through the parish office. If you are a voting member of the parish and have not yet received the link for the meeting please contact the parish office (832-3375, stpauls-hampton@outlook.com).

If you are a voting member of the parish and know in advance that you will be not be able to join us over Zoom, please let us know and we will arrange for you to join the meeting by phone.

Who is a voting member of the parish? Baptized Christians who are at least 16, who worship and have been regular communicants in the parish, and who were regular contributors, financial and otherwise, to the mission of the parish during the previous year; but no one can be a voting member of more than one parish.

You can access and read the Parish Annual Report by clicking the image below, or download the report by clicking the file immediately below the image.

Click on the graphic above the 2020 Parish Annual Report

Thank You to all our leaders who contributed to this report and to Sharon Kelly for compiling it all.


Family Church at St.Paul’s is all about to helping families grow closer to God together. It’s a time of prayer, reflection, and discussion as a family about our lives together with God.

We will be hosting a Family Church service ONLINE this Sunday at 11:30am. CLICK HERE to join us over Zoom.

And Click HERE to register for announcements about future Family Church events and new Family Church resources.


While our region remains in the Orange Phase of the province’s COVID-19 recovery plan, we will be postponing Home/’Bubble’ Communion.

If you would like to receive Communion in your home once we have returned to the Yellow Phase of the COVID-19 recovery, we would be very pleased to help make that happen.  

Contact the parish office at 506-832-337 or email  stpauls-hampton@outlook.com to find out more.


This Thursday morning at 10am, you are invited to join us for Coffee & Conversation -ONLINE-, a time of conversation, reflection and prayer. Grab a cup of coffee (or tea or whatever…), log on, and we’ll supply the conversation.

CLICK HERE to join us live ONLINE this Thursday morning at 10am



St.P’s H2H

The Big Idea

We all need the encouragement and support that comes from knowing that, in spite of everything we’re going through, we are not alone. And as members of the Church we each have a role to play in bringing prayerful encouragement and support to our neighbours. That’s why we’re asking the members and friends of St.Paul’s, Hampton to prayerfully consider joining ‘St.Paul’s House to House’.

The idea is to match households of various sizes and life-stages together who will then regularly check in with one another, let one another know how they are doing, share words of encouragement, and share how they can each be praying for one another.

The Hope

Some of us are on our own these days, while others are with family members in close quarters, and still others are somewhere in between. One of our hopes is that those of us who, either because of their disposition or present situation, are finding it easier these days to spend time in prayer and thoughtful correspondence would be able to do so for the benefit of those who are finding that harder to do. At the same time, those who are feeling a little more isolated than others can tap into households that may be feeling especially full these days.

Another hope is that, in these days of mass messaging and digital media, our house to house initiative would help people connect in ways that are a little more personal and that emphasize thoughtful reflection and careful listening. In other words, we’d like to encourage people to do things like call one another on the phone and write cards and letters to one another rather than use email or social media. Not only do writing and phoning people constructively challenge us in our approach to communicating, they are, for at least a few of our community members, the only ways they have of communicating right now.

The How

If you feel called to be part of this initiative, please let us know. You can email the parish office at stpauls-hampton@outlook.com, or call us at 832-3375. We’ll ask you if you would like to communicate with the household(s) with whom your are matched by mail or by phone or both, and then we’ll ask for your permission to share mailing address and/or phone number with as many as two other participating households with whom we will then match you up.

Participating households will then be asked to write or call the other households in their group once a week for 7 weeks. Letters and cards do not need to be long and could follow this very simple template.

Dear ___________,
   I /we hope you are well.
   The high point for me/us this week was/is …
   The low point for me/us this week was/is …
   If you would, please pray that …
   And let me/us know how I /we can be praying for you.
          
Sincerely,

       _________________

Phone calls can follow a similar pattern and do not need to be lengthy.

If you feel called to be part of this initiative, please let us know. You can email the parish office at stpauls-hampton@outlook.com, or call us at 832-3375. We’ll ask you if you would like to communicate with the household(s) that your matched with by mail or by phone or both, and then we’ll ask for your permission to share your mailing address and/or phone number with as many as two other participating households with whom you’ll then be matched up.

If you have any questions or concerns about this initiative or suggestions for how to make it effective, please do not hesitate to reach out and let us know.

Thanks for taking the time to think and prayer about this.