10am Eucharist (Communion)
Non-Communion Video released that afternoon to the parish email list

11 am Eucharist (Communion); not videoed

Mon – Fri
9am Matins (Morning Prayer)
(Wednesdays and Fridays are also HYBRID … Mondays through to Fridays are in-house so join us!)


Join us for worship and liturgy

As of Nov. 26th, 2020 – we have resumed more stringent safety protocols following the Provincial regulations.  Below are our typical weekly offerings (once these current resstrictions lift):

Sunday services are held at 10:00 am and alternate between the traditional (BCP: Book of Common Prayer) and contemporary (BAS:  Book of Alternative Services) format.

In addition to the Sunday service, St. Paul’s also holds a Chancel Eucharist service each Wednesday from 11:00-11:30, to which all are invited to attend.

Read more about worship and liturgy at St. Paul’s.


Typically (when there are no Safety/Health restrictions in place):

First of July to end August
Free scheduled, Guided Tours
Monday – Saturday (9am-4pm)

please contact the office to book yours

First Sept to end June
Self-guided Tours (free)
9am-4pm Monday – Friday when the office is open (9am – noon)

or if pre-booked (Please contact the office to book).


Discover Halifax’s past

We welcome individuals, school groups, tourists and pilgrims to visit us during open office hours (Mon-Fri and 9am-noon).

While all tours are free, we welcome donations of any size.

Visitors to St. Paul’s discover a church rich in objects of interest. Its walls and pillars are studded with mural tablets, heraldic devices, and other memorials. The tombs beneath the floor hold the remains of distinguished leaders of church and state.  Please note that current Provincial Health protocols are being implemented (masks required, etc.).

Read more about historical tours of St. Paul’s.


Nave Hours
Quiet prayer hours once Health/Safety Restrictions are lifted
9am-4pm Monday – Friday

Find peace of mind and spirit

The Halifax congregation that would within a decade be named after the Apostle Paul was established in 1749; its building rose at one end of the Grand Parade up the hill from the harbour the following summer. And that order of things is crucial when talking about sanctuary, for it is a community of faith—’the church’ that hallows the building we call ‘a church’ and makes its space into a sanctuary.

A sanctuary is a place of refuge from danger, and many have entered St. Paul’s Church with that in mind since the mid-eighteenth century. In its early days the most obviously vulnerable have sought refuge, or been carried to it, during catastrophes—the injured, the dying, the dead. But over the decades others have continued to stream in.  Please note that current Provincial Health protocols are being implemented (masks required, etc.).

Read more about St. Paul’s as a place of spiritual sanctuary.


Call the office at 902-429-2241 or email