The Ecumenical & Multifaith Unit (EMU) of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster and St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Vancouver present “5 Ways of Engaging the Heart: Experiences in Inter-Spiritual Practices”. This interactive, 5-part, series is intentionally designed to move participants from their head in to the hearts in inter-spiritual practices. You are invited to join […]
Pancake Tuesday) is FEBRUARY 28th. Join us in the Upper Hall; pancake, sausages and maybe even live music.
Movie Night continues its celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial with Monsieur Lazhar, another of this country’s recent cinematic gems! This 2011 film tells the story of an Algerian immigrant (portrayed by Mohamed Fellag) hired to replace a popular teacher who committed suicide in her classroom at a Montréal grade school. Director Philippe Falardeau (working from his own screenplay, based on […]
Prayer: Deep Listening for God to Transform your Life is a 5-part series on personal prayer will commence on the 1st Sunday of Lent. It focuses on prayer primarily as an act of listening. Each five (5) session will be facilitated and offer a grounding in personal prayer through scripture, tradition, and reason. Each participant […]
You are invited! 40th Our House Anniversary The celebration starts of with a Eucharist at 10am, followed by a reception after the 10 o’clock service at St. Paul’s Anglican Church Hall. We hope the wonderful parishioners of of St. Paul’s will join us to celebrate this milestone – you have been our biggest supporters and our continued […]
Listening, Stability, Conversion This Lenten retreat / quiet day welcomes participants to explore Anglican Spirituality through a use of few words intentionally woven within spiritual practices for a personal deepening in the Divine and the spiritual heart of Anglicanism. People from all parishes, faiths, and traditions are welcome. Tom Esakin, Interfaith Spiritual Director at […]
On October 22, 1966 near Kenora, Ontario, Chanie Wenjack died when he walking home to the family he was taken from over four hundred miles away. Fifty years later, Gord Downie, the frontman and singer of the legendary Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, took Wenjack’s story and turned it into Secret Path. The project […]