Hello and welcome to St. Paul’s Anglican Church in the Westdale neighbourhood of Hamilton, Ontario.

We are the church with the red doors!


While the pandemic prevents our in-person worship services, please join us online.

Sunday Prayers with Bishop Susan

Join Bishop Susan live on the Diocese Facebook page every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10:40 a.m.
You can also visit the Diocese YouTube Channel at any time to watch their videos.

St. Paul’s Sunday Prayers and Coffee Hour on Zoom

Right after Bishop Susan’s prayers, tune into our prayers and coffee hour on Zoom. For details, call us at 905-528-3724 or email stpauls-westdale@cogeco.net

St. Paul’s Online Services

Visit our new YouTube channel for past 2021 services and watch here for information about upcoming online services hosted by St. Paul’s.

We’re hiring a Parish Administrator:

We are seeking a Parish Administrator for the church office on a part-time on-going basis, serving as a vital ministry partner with the Rector, Wardens, staff, parish leaders and members. Learn more about this posting here.

A letter from St. Paul’s Wardens:

As we head into what we hope will be a summer of increased social contact and outdoor activity, we wanted to share with you the inside scoop of all that has been happening on your behalf at St. Paul’s, despite the interruptions of COVID-19.
Read more here.

From the Anglican Diocese of Niagara:

Flags Lowered To Honour Residential School Children Who Never Returned Home.
The flags at Cathedral Place have been lowered to half-mast out of respect for the 215 children whose remains were recently discovered at the Kamloops Indian Residential School.

In doing so, the diocese acknowledges the suffering and pain caused by the residential schools system and the Anglican Church of Canada’s complicity in it, as well as the heartbreaking reality that so many children never returned to their families. Read more…

In 1993, the Anglican Church of Canada offered this apology for its role in the residential school system. There was an additional apology for spiritual harm offered by Archbishop Fred Hiltz in 2019. Anglicans in Niagara are invited to recommit themselves to the work of truth and reconciliation, drawing on resources available through the diocesan truth and reconciliation webpage, including this reconciliation toolkit.

From the Canadian Council of Churches:

A Statement from the President and General Secretary of The Canadian Council of Churches Regarding the Documentation of the Mass Grave at the Kamloops Residential School.
Canadian Council of Churches Kamloops statement

Watch our latest Jazz Vespers Taster!

These short episodes are “tastes” of Jazz Vespers published in hopeful anticipation of gathering live again for this popular Sunday afternoon service. See all the Tasters here.