We would love to worship with you this Sunday at St. Paul’s

Whether it’s in-person or online, the people of St. Paul’s are passionate about gathering together for worship, fellowship, prayer and to help one another grow in our experience of God’s goodness and love, and we’re committed to keeping one another safe whenever and wherever we gather.

With all that in mind, here’s what we are asking people to do if they would like to gather with us in person:

1. If you’re not feeling well please stay home and join us live online. You can join us live online every Sunday over Zoom, just CLICK HERE.

2. Please wear a mask. Face coverings are no longer mandatory, but we do encourage everyone who can to please wear a mask when coming in to St. Paul’s for any public gatherings.

3. If you want to sing in the congregation during the service, once again, please wear a mask. We know it’s unpleasant, but it’s still one of the best ways we can protect each other.

4. Please save socializing with people outside your immediate circle of family and friends outside the church building before and/or after the service.

Our hope and prayer is that hospitalization rates in our province will stay low, that infection rates in our province will go down as more people get vaccinated, and that gradually worship at St.Paul’s will safely be able to look more and more like it did before the pandemic.

In the meantime, we are grateful for your patience and cooperation.


And, of course, you can still join us for worship live online from the safety and comfort of your own home every Sunday morning.

Online “Coffee Time” starts at 9:30am, and worship starts at 10am.


Family Tables

Family Tables, which include colouring and activity sheets, as well as a few small toys for busy little hands, are available at each of our worship gatherings. Families can also request their very own Communion Kits which make it possible for them to share Communion together around their table as a family.

If you would like to book a family table for you and the young people in your life, email the parish office or call by Thursday and we will be sure to have a table ready for you on Sunday.

Email –stpauls-hampton@outlook.com
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.


KINGDOM IMPACT MEMORY SYSTEM

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.


Worship with us this Sunday at St.Paul’s.