On Sundays, we come together to worship God. Readings, prayers, and participation are designed to be welcoming and inviting. Our loving community offers safe space for healing, resting, learning and encouragement for ministry in the world.

Resources for Worship

If you have a prayer book at home, the service of Holy Communion is found in the Book of  Common Prayer (BCP) beginning on page 67, and the service of Holy Eucharist is found in the Book of Alternative Services (BAS) beginning on page 185.

If you do not have a prayer book at home, digital copies (PDF files) of the BCP and the BAS can be downloaded for free on the Anglican Church of Canada’s website, at the following link:


If you do not already have the reader for these files installed, it can be found at: get.adobe.com/reader/otherversions/

Sunday readings are taken from the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL).  We are currently in Year A of the RCL.  There is a link on our website to Upcoming Readings.  A table of Sunday readings for the entire three-year RCL cycle can be found on the Vanderbilt Divinity School Library’s website: lectionary.library.vanderbilt.edu

If you do not have a Bible at home, you can look up a Bible passage on the Bible Gateway website: www.biblegateway.com. At St Paul’s we use the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) translation of the scriptures.

See also Prayer Resources on our Web site for our monthly Prayer Calendar. www.stpaulsalmonte.ca/resources/


At 8:30 am we celebrate the Eucharist using the Book of Common Prayer – a quiet, spoken service with no music.

At 10:30 am our celebration of the Eucharist with music usually follows the Book of Alternative Services.  On the first Sunday of every month, we celebrate using an Iona-style (Celtic) format. This service includes prayer and anointing for healing.


If you need a ride to church, please call the Church Office at 613-256-1771 no later than Friday afternoon.

We also offer special services.