Good day St. Paul's,

We are open again for in-person worship services. We recognize that many of you may be unable to return or not yet ready to return so services will continue to be live streamed and available on our YouTube Channel. To access the live stream, please visit the church website and click on sermons. The bulletin for this Sunday will be available on the Sermon page of the website Sunday morning. Printed bulletins will be available to those attending in person.

If you plan to attend in person, please read the information below (Under the heading "Attending in Person?"). 

As always, announcements can be found below.

Rev. Myron Away - July 13-27, 2020 
Rev. Myron will be away from July 13-27. Please note that the office will only be open Tuesday and Thursday mornings while he is away.

"Six Feet in the Alley"
If you are coming to in-person services, please feel free to visit with one another outside following the service. We just ask that you follow the physical distancing guidelines and keep at least six feet between you and other individuals not part of your family unit. There are tape marks on the alley sidewalk to help aid in the distancing.

Job Opportunity: Parish Youth Worker
As many of you know, Victoria will be leaving us at the end of August. As such, we are searching for a Parish Youth Worker for the Fall. If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in the position, please be in contact with the office. A full job description and the process for application can be found on our website at 

Attending in Person?
We have a number of regulations that must be followed while onsite. Part of caring for each other is keeping each other healthy and keeping risk low. If you plan to attend in person, please read the following list and ensure you are able to follow these guidelines.

  • Experiencing Cough, Fever, or Other Symptom/s? Do not come to the church. Stay home for fourteen days following the end of your symptoms.
  • Maintain Physical Distance. At all times at St. Paul's, please remain a minimum of six feet (three marked seat spaces) from all other individuals not part of your family unit. You will find tape on the floor six feet apart in multiple locations to help you maintain this distance. Please also maintain physical distance outside.
  • Listen to the Ushers. There will be ushers inside and outside to help direct these new procedures. Please heed their direction as they are trying to keep everyone safe and healthy.
  • Sign-In Upon Arrival. Please sign-in with the designated usher when you arrive onsite. This will help us track who is in attendance just in case we do have to notify the parish if someone tests Covid positive following a service.
  • Sanitize Hands Frequently. Please sanitize your hands upon entry and before taking communion. You may also sanitize as often as you would like during the service. Please also try to refrain from touching surfaces and your face.
  • Consider Wearing a Mask. Though we are not requiring parishioners to wear a mask, we do encourage you to wear a mask while onsite. If you do not have a mask, we have masks available in the foyer.
  • Refrain from Singing in Church. At this time, congregational singing is not allowed by the government of Alberta. Please listen to the lyrics being sung by the leader/s and meditate upon them. You may also hum along to the music as long as your mouth remains closed while onsite.
  • Recycle Bulletins. Please do not leave bulletins in the pews. A recycle bin is available at the exit door. 
  • Use of Washroom. The only washroom available at this time is located at the back of the Sanctuary (just North of the Main Entry doors). Please wipe down all surfaces (including toilet and handle, counter, and faucet) following use.
  • Parts of Building Closed. At this time, the only accessible parts of the building are the Sanctuary, Sanctuary washroom, and alley foyer. All other rooms are closed for use including the main washrooms, hall, basement, and chapel. Please do not access any closed section of the building without permission.

Perspectives Canada is Going Virtual
The Perspectives Study Program is designed to enable you to discover God's plan for mankind and how you can be part of His purposes. It is a dynamic 15 lesson discipleship course taught by a variety of veteran missionaries, influential strategists, and professors, each an expert in their respective area. You'll get the opportunity to discover what God is doing around the world and consider your part in His purposes. Their next course starts September 15 - through Zoom (with an early-bird discount for those who have registered by August 15). If you would like to learn more or would like to register, please visit the Perspectives website found at