Cemetery Service 2022

For generations members of our community have laid their love ones to rest in the grounds around St. Paul’s, and year after year they return to our cemetery in order to remain close to those they love in spite of their passing.

In that same spirit, on Saturday, October 29th at 11am, St. Paul’s will be hosting a special service of remembrance and thanksgiving for all whom we have laid.

One very special moment in the service will be the Rose Ceremony during which family members and friends can have the name(s) of their loved one(s) read aloud as a rose is offered in their memory.

If you have a loved one whose name you would like to have included in the rose ceremony, please contact the parish office by October 24th to let us know.

Office Administrator: stpauls-hampton@outlook.com Phone: (506) 832-3375

An offering will also be collected to support the ongoing preservation and maintenance of St. Paul’s cemetery.

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

We really hope you can join us this Sunday (Oct.9th) at St. Paul’s as we gather to celebrate Thanksgiving together.

9am – ‘COVID-Careful’ Service (Holy Communion)

10am – Light Refreshments

10:30am – Holy Communion (masks optional)

11:30am – Thanksgiving Fellowship & Crafting

We would be so grateful to be able to welcome you this Sunday at St.Paul’s.

We would love to worship with you this Sunday

Connecting with God through prayer and praise, through hearing the scriptures read and God’s Word proclaimed, and in the sharing of Communion are all absolutely vital to our life as a church and to each of our lives as followers of Jesus.

We would love to connect with you and help you connect with God in worship this Sunday.

Click HERE to learn more about how we plan to gather this Sunday.

It’s important to us at St. Paul’s that children be given time to worship together with their families and with an inter-generational community of faith. One of the ways we help make that happen is by providing the option of Family Tables to those who are joining us for worship with younger children.

Family Tables include colouring and activity sheets, as well as a few small toys for busy little hands. 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

Worship with us Live Online – 10:30am Sunday

You can join us live online for fellowship and worship from the comfort of you own home.

Our online “coffee time” starts at 10:15am on Sundays and worship begins promptly at 10:30am

Zoom link for ‘St. Paul’s Sunday Gathering’ [Click Here]

And in case you missed it, here’s this Sunday’s worship at St. Paul’s on YouTube

In Honour of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation – Sept. 30th

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a day to honour the children who never returned home and the Survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities. Commemorations like the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation are a vital to the work of building right relationships between the Indigenous and non-indigenous people who live on this land.

This year at St. Paul’s, we are inviting people to do two very small yet we believe very meaningful things to observe the significance of this day. We are inviting people to watch the film ‘Doctrine of Discovery: Stolen Lands, Strong Hearts’, and to make a financial contribution to the Anglican Healing Fund.

You can find a link to both the film and the fund below.

The Anglican Healing Fund