Friday, 14 November 2008


On Sunday, November 23rd, St. Paul's parish will join with Anglican parishes across Canada in singing Amazing Grace. At the same time each parishioner is asked to donate a toonie (or more) in support of the ministry of the Council of the North.

Wednesday, 29 October 2008


Who is My Neighbour? Out of the Cold: Extreme Weather Shelter

Out of the Cold is a program offered and organized by the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Kamloops that provides overnight shelter including an evening and morning meal to the homeless of the community on evenings in the winter months when the temperature dips below –10C. St. Paul’s Cathedral has entered into partnership again this winter with the Society offering our basement space and facility to house the shelter for the winter of 2008/09.

Every Wednesday evening starting November 5, 2008 through until March 31, 2009 the shelter will open at 7:00 p.m. It will also be open any other evening that temperature drops below –10C. The shelter closes each morning after breakfast at 8 a.m. except for Sunday mornings and Friday mornings when the shelter will close half an hour earlier.

We pray there will come a time when this service will not be necessary, but until such time, St. Paul's is happy to help our neighbours in this way.

Thursday, 23 October 2008


Last year they had so much fun, they decided to do another Guitar Hero night. Here is what will happen in the cathedral on Saturday, Oct. 25th

Tuesday, 30 September 2008


Holy Hula Hoops: The Trinity Project

Six young people are preparing for confirmation accompanied by their adult mentors, to be be confirmed on The Reign of Christ, Sunday November 23 at 10 a.m. The Trinity Project involved taking a variety of objects and associating them with one of the three persons of the Trinity: God, Jesus, Holy Spirit. The results may look random and chaotic, but as with the Trinity, there is order and sense in this chaotic mystery.