Caring for those in need, those in hospital, and those who are not able to leave their homes is a very important ministry at St. Paul’s. Visiting is offered by both clergy and lay visitors, with home communion available.
"I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another." John 13:34-35
At St. Paul's we are trying to look out to see where God is calling us into mission in our lives, in our community and in our world. We are striving to be disciples who show God's love to others in the way we live and in the actions we do. Our action ministries currently include the Leduc and District Foodbank, Christmas gift bags to WIN House and the Inner City Pastoral Ministry, our Parents' Morning Coffee group, and our sponsored child in Kenya.
PRAYER MINISTRY TEAM
Members of the trained prayer ministry team offer private prayer at the back of the church during the communion part of the service. If you have a need or concern for which you would like prayer, or perhaps to give thanks, the prayer team will be happy to pray with you. The pastor is also available any other time by appointment.
St. Paul's prayer chain is a team of individuals on stand-by who will pray for such occasions when when someone becomes suddenly ill or a family loses a loved one. All prayer requests are confidential. To ask the members of the prayer chain to pray for you, call the church office 780-986-3447
The Ladies' Group meets on the fourth Monday evening each month at 7:00 p.m. The group is very informal, gathering for coffee, dessert and fellowship. Sometimes there is a book study underway such as The Shack which was read and discussed this past spring. The Ladies gather for an outreach project before Christmas, and in the spring have fun together learning and growing in faith at the annual ladies' Retreat.