St. Paul's Anglican Church is bustling with activities this Pride Sunday - August 4th.
If you happen to be in the vicinity on August 4, please drop by and join us.
1. Pride Sunday Open Church - St Paul's Church will be open on August 4th on extended hours of 12pm to 5pm to welcome the community to our humble church. If you need a place to pray, reflect, meditate, or are simply curious, please drop by and receive a warm welcome from our Church Hosts. Coffee and tea are available.
2. Labyrinth at St Paul's: The Labyrinth, a full 13-metre replica of the medieval labyrinth laid in the stone floor of the 13th-century Cathédrale de Notre-Dame de Chartres, is located beside the Church building will also be open on extended hours on Pride Sunday. The regular Sunday schedule of 9:30am to 12:30pm will be extended to 5pm.
3. Pride Iced Tea Hospitality Kiosk: There will be a hospitality kiosk at the church lawn facing Jervis Street. Our Volunteers will be serving cold drinks to the participants of the Pride Parade and passersby from 3pm to 5pm. A fun way to make friends and meet people.
3. Pride Festival Booth (Sunset Beach): St. Paul's will have an information booth at the Pride Festival Ground at Sunset Beach (1204 Beach Ave, Vancouver, BC V6E 1V3). Our way of making our presence know to the community we serve.
Mon to Fri 9AM - 4PM
Open for phone calls and emails. Closed to visitors March 18 - June 15 (tentative date)
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