General Information

New to St. Paul’s/Trinity?

Wondering what worship will be like.  Check out our newcomer information page.

It is Vestry Season!

As the family prepares to gather to remember what has happened in 2019 and explore where we want to go for 2020, folks are reminded:

Trinity Reports are due to the office by Jan. 8 so that the Vestry package will be ready for electronic distribution Jan. 10 with hard copies available at service Jan. 12.  Trinity’s vestry meeting will be Jan. 19 following our 9:15 am service.

St. Paul’s Reports are due to the office by Jan. 15 so that the Vestry package will be ready for electronic distribution Jan. 17 with hard copies available at service Jan. 19.  St. Paul’s vetry meeting will be Jan. 26 following a 9:30 am service with breakfast provided by our young people.

Thrive: A living manual for Families!

Our next gathering will be Jan. 12 at 5 pm at St. Paul’s.  Drawing from themes in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban we will explore ableism, goal setting distractions and more.  All are welcome!

Thrive! is a joint youth and family project between St. Paul’s and Essex United, this program uses social media, food and fellowship to offer resources to parents, teens, tweens and children.  For more information, check out our page here. or find us on Facebook at Thrive: A living manual for families

Sunday Services

Regular Services are:

First Sunday of the month (unless otherwise indicated): 8am St. Paul’s Communion service using the Book of Common Prayer (i.e., traditional language)

9:15am Trinity and 11am St. Paul’s Communion services with music and family program using the Book of Alternative Services or green book (i.e., contemporary language)

Trinity Chancel

Trinity Chancel

St. Paul's Sanctuary

St. Paul’s Sanctuary

Dell Hall

The Hall at St. Paul’s Church is available for use by outside groups.   Check out this link Dell Hall for more information.

Fidget Blankets

Trinity Church has begun a ministry of providing fidget blankets to those who experiencing dementia or otherwise having cognitive difficulties.  These blankets include a variety of items that help to keep hands and minds busy providing a sense of calm.  In 2017 alone, some 350 blankets have been distributed free of charge to nursing homes, individuals and the John McGivney Centre.  Donations of baby blankets (which provide the base), notions and more are welcome as this ministry continues.

Clothing Cupboard

St. Paul’s Clothing cupboard is opened Tuesday and Thursday mornings 9am-1pm.  Clothing is available free of charge to those referred through local churches or food banks.  Donations and volunteers are always welcome.

Inside the Clothing Cupboard

Inside the Clothing cupboard

Clothing cupboard volunteers with Rev. Chris

Clothing cupboard volunteers with Rev. Chris