Thursday, 22 October 2009


Check out the PWRDF site for cards and calendars.

Wednesday, 21 October 2009


Our claim to fame according to the Kamloops Daily News is the flower garden and the parishioners who tend it. The flowers have drawn a lot of attention from passersby and visitors to the Church alike. Congratulations Jo-Lynn and Bud, and many many thanks for all you do.

Friday, 16 October 2009


"Out of the Cold", an annual program to provide shelter for homeless during the cold winter weather, will be starting again November 1st. St. Paul's partners with St. Vincent de Paul to provide shelter and dinner at least 2 nights weekly--Sunday and Wednesday--and whenever the temp drops below -10C. Patrons are given breakfast before they leave for the day.

Thursday, 8 October 2009


St. Paul's Cathedral has been chosen as the location for the Consecration and Installation of the new Bishop for Anglican Parishes of Central Interior. October 18th promises to be a big day. If you feel you ought to have an invitation and didn't receive one, or haven't yet sent your RSVP, call Len at 250-819-5753


PWRDF Announces New Patron for Refugee Sponsorship Initiative.

In other news, PWRDF is celebrating 50 years helping to change lives, change communities and change the world. Please join us. Need help planning your celebration? Add your stories, events and photos! St. Paul's will be hosting a special service October 25th to celebrate. Please join us for service at 10:00 am.


A five-week study is being be offered commencing Sunday, November 15th, based on the "Five Marks of Mission". Join us for soup and a sandwich at 6:00 p.m., followed by the session at 6:45 p.m. Each session will include a presentation on one of the mark of mission, Scripture reading, prayer, reflections and small group discussion. Please indicate on the bulletin board if you plan to attend so we can plan the meals & handouts. For more information call the office and leave a message for Chuck, 250-372-3912

Friday, 2 October 2009


The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) is releasing an initial grant of $15,000 and is accepting donations to help tens of thousands of families who were affected by a devastating tropical storm that flooded 80 per cent of the Philippines' capital, Metro Manila, and its neighbouring areas.

More than 240 people have been reported killed and more than 450,000 driven from their homes after tropical storm Ketsana (locally known as "Ondoy") dumped a month's worth of rainfall in six hours on Sept. 26, said Action by Churches Together (ACT) International. ACT is a coalition of church-based groups that responds to natural disasters and humanitarian crises, of which PWRDF, the Anglican Church of Canada's relief and development arm, is a member.

There are fears that the number of victims will rise as a second tropical cyclone is forming that may affect the same areas that are still reeling from Ketsana.

To read the full story, please visit the Anglican Journal website,