Sunday In Person Worship Masks are the prerogative of each individual, & one that is to be respected. Everyone is welcome & invited to participate in whatever way they feel most safe. The service will continue to be livestreamed at 10:30 a.m.Sunday, 10:30am
Suspended till further noticeWednesday, 09:30am
Requiem Eucharist - The first Saturday of every month-10:00 a.m. in the Columbarium. Next Requiem, Saturday, June 4, 2022Saturday, 10:00am
Suspended till further noticeSaturday, 05:00pm
Saturday, June 4, 2022 10:00am - 11:00am Requiem Eucharist at St. Paul's Cathedral on Saturday, June 4, 10:00 a.m. in the Columbarium. With The Reverend Ed Dunfield presiding. This will be an in person service. Masks are the prerogative of each individual, and one that is to be respected. Everyone is welcome and invited to participate in whatever way they feel most safe.
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1861 McIntyre Street, Regina, SK, S4P 2R21861 McIntyre Street
Regina, SK, S4P 2R2
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- Office -306-522-6439 ext. 2 Office hours: Monday-Friday 9:00a.m. - 3:00p.m. The Very Reverend Mike Sinclair -306-522-6439 ext. 1
About St. Paul's
My Dear Friends in Christ, I want to start today by saying how thankful I am for the faithful ways in which each of you have toiled and flexed over the last two years to make sure that the ministries of worship, community, and outreach have continued in the face of ever-changing challenge and opportunity. Much has been demanded of each of our church families. I fully acknowledge the difficulties each of you has muscled through, and remain so fiercely proud of the excellent efforts, creativity, and courage borne out in each of your ministries in this time. Message from the Bishop: Considering how the Province of Saskatchewan has begun its process to lift restrictions around the ever changing Covid 19 pandemic, the Diocese will follow those provincial guidelines as they unfold over the next few weeks. The details of the lifting of restrictions can be found at https://www.saskatchewan.ca/covid10-measures. As they apply to public worship: • Under the current public health order, masking is mandatory in all indoor public spaces—this public health order will be removed at 12:01am on Monday, February 28th. • Mandatory Self-Isolation is required for anyone who tests positive for Covid-19 through a PCR or at-home rapid antigen test—this public health order will be removed at 12:01 am on Monday, February 28th. This means that mandatory masks are not required for our public worship as of Ash Wednesday, 2nd March 2022. Although many, including clergy, may still feel more comfortable in wearing a mask in confined public spaces for the foreseeable future. This is the prerogative of each individual, and one that is to be respected. Everyone is welcome and invited to participate in whatever way they feel most safe. Communion will resume in both kinds, along with the use of the common cup. Anglican theology is that full communion is received in either one or both kinds. Therefore, those who wish to have communion in one kind only may continue to do so. All are welcome, though none should feel obligated. Yours faithfully, Right Reverend Helen Kennedy, Bishop of Qu’Appelle; My friends, while we continue to do and be about the work of being the Church (albeit differently), here are some important announcements. 1) We will continue to Livestream the service on our Facebook page (link can be found at the bottom of this page). Please share this page by directly inviting anyone you feel might benefit from connection, updates, and worship. 2) Pastoral care is continuing, no matter what. You can ask to receive care from us in any need you have, and we will respond in the best way we can. 3) Take care of yourselves and each other. We believe that God is love, and that all of creation and life itself is a reflection and expression of that love. We believe that the same incredible and unconditional love has been best expressed through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. We believe that God's love and presence are the source of healing, wholeness, forgiveness, peace and joy. We believe that it's important to gather in community to try to understand and be enriched by the ongoing story of God's love, and to try to find our part in both receiving and sharing it lovingly with all people.