Tuesday, 31 January 2012


St. Paul’s Cathedral
February Faith Lecture

From Revenge to Resurrection:

Easter Faith in a Violent World

Lecturer: The Very Rev. Peter Elliott

Dean and Rector of Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver BC

When: Sunday February 12, 2012

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Where: 360 Nicola St. Kamloops BC

Cost: by donation

Join us for this informative lecture that will reflect on the increasing reality of violence in our world, neighborhoods and lives, and how we as faithful people might respond and offer transformative change through the guidance of our faith and example of the Risen One. 
For more information call: 250 372 3912

Wednesday, 25 January 2012


Calling all parishioners! 

The annual meeting of your parish will be held in the Parish Hall following the 10 am service, Sunday, February 5th.  Lunch will be available.  Come share the news from last year's activities and the view for the coming year.

Thursday, 19 January 2012


February 4th, the St. Paul's Men once again prepare a delicious dinner.  This year the theme will be the 1950's.  So break out those saddle oxfords; poodle skirts.  Roll that pack of smokes into your t-shirt sleeve, and come prepared to eat while enjoying fine fellowship and fun music.  Tickets are:  $12/adult; $5/child; $30/family and are available in the office. 

Tuesday, 3 January 2012


St. Paul's Cathedral has returned to regular office hours and service times for the coming year.  Our many hard working volunteers entertained and educated our parish in various ways over the holidays. 

Beginning with a pageant at 4 pm, Christmas Eve, which was composed by the Sunday School children and directed by a parishioner.  Working with the Sunday School teachers, she pulled together a lively group of young people to present the Nativity Story in their own words.  The 7 & 11 pm Candlelight services were well attended.  Those who attended were grateful for the quiet, reflective time in an otherwise hectic season.

Lessons & Carols greeted the New Year on January lst.  It was lovely to sing those beloved carols one more time before the final farewell to Christmas 2011, and in welcome to the new year.

Busy volunteers worked behind the scenes to ensure anyone in need of pastoral care was tended to.  The Shelter was open Christmas Day and New Year's Eve with a host of dedicated volunteers working hard to give the neighbours a warm place with fellowship and some food.

Thank you to all who make our Church Home a welcoming, warm, hospitable place.