WELCOMING YOU HOME

Since 1947 Saint Paul Parish has been a welcoming faith community sharing God’s message of compassion, mercy, and love as taught and demonstrated by His Son Jesus Christ. Everyone is welcome to experience God’s love whether you are a practicing Catholic or one that has been away from the church, or a person seeking peace in your life. 

 

Take time to browse our website to see what aligns with your interest and join us for any or all celebrations. Prior experience is not necessary. Our friendly, caring parishioners will “walk you through” the celebrations. After mass, on Sunday we journey to the parish hall located below the church to continue our celebration of meeting one another with hot and cold beverages and a treat or two. We pray that you will join us and come to experience what we experience; God’s love for humankind!

Be the Light

MATTHEW 5:16

MASS & RECONCILIATION TIMES​

Mass every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.

 

Weekday Masses: 

Every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Every Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

1st Friday of the month at 10:00 a.m.

 

Reconciliation available before mass.

Saint Paul Paris Dartmouth Community Growth
REFLECTIONS

The work God calls us to takes many forms with many people offering their God-given talents in completing the many ministries that exist in parish life.

 

Click the “Read More” button below to discover where you may feel God calling you to serve. 

CELEBRATIONS & SACRAMENTS

We are all on a journey of Faith. During this journey, we will be invited to receive the Sacraments of the Church and attend other devotional celebrations.

 

Click on the “Read More” button below to discover a list of sacraments and devotions offered at Saint Paul Parish.

Download Our Bulletin 

What's Happening

Choir Corner

We are looking for volunteers for the choir. If
you are interested in joining the choir, please
see Ern. If you have any hymns you would like to hear, please put them in the  Suggestion Box or see Ern.

What's Inside?

  • Read our Deacon's Corner

  • Get a snapshot of our financial status

  • Read upcoming mass and pray intentions

  • Discover interesting events and activities 

  • Deepen your knowledge through Fait Information section 

Be Nice To Us All

Please ensure your cell phone is turned OFF during the mass. Saint Paul Parish is a “Scent-Free” environment. Please refrain from using scented products as some of our parishioners and visitors are highly susceptible.

We Are Family

 

As a family, we are interested in significant dates and/or events which you would be willing to share with everyone; for instance, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, baptisms, weddings, births, etc. whether here or away.

 

Feel free to send the information to Deacon Robert to place in the bulletin.

WELCOMING YOU HOME

Since 1947 Saint Paul Parish has been a welcoming faith community sharing God’s message of compassion, mercy, and love as taught and demonstrated by His Son Jesus Christ. Everyone is welcome to experience God’s love whether you are a practicing Catholic or one that has been away from the church, or a person seeking peace in your life. 

 

Take time to browse our website to see what aligns with your interest and join us for any or all celebrations. Prior experience is not necessary. Our friendly, caring parishioners will “walk you through” the celebrations. After mass, on Sunday we journey to the parish hall located below the church to continue our celebration of meeting one another with hot and cold beverages and a treat or two. We pray that you will join us and come to experience what we experience; God’s love for humankind!

Be the Light

MATTHEW 5:16

MASS & RECONCILIATION TIMES​

Mass every Sunday at 9:15 a.m.

 

Weekday Masses: 

Every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Every Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

1st Friday of the month at 10:00 a.m.

 

Reconciliation available before mass.

Saint Paul Paris Dartmouth Community Growth
REFLECTIONS

The work God calls us to takes many forms with many people offering their God-given talents in completing the many ministries that exist in parish life.

 

Click the “Read More” button below to discover where you may feel God calling you to serve. 

CELEBRATIONS & SACRAMENTS

We are all on a journey of Faith. During this journey, we will be invited to receive the Sacraments of the Church and attend other devotional celebrations.

 

Click on the “Read More” button below to discover a list of sacraments and devotions offered at Saint Paul Parish.

Download Our Bulletin 

What's Happening

Choir Corner

We are looking for volunteers for the choir. If
you are interested in joining the choir, please
see Ern. If you have any hymns you would like to hear, please put them in the  Suggestion Box or see Ern.

What's Inside?

  • Read our Deacon's Corner

  • Get a snapshot of our financial status

  • Read upcoming mass and pray intentions

  • Discover interesting events and activities 

  • Deepen your knowledge through Fait Information section 

Be Nice To Us All

Please ensure your cell phone is turned OFF during the mass. Saint Paul Parish is a “Scent-Free” environment. Please refrain from using scented products as some of our parishioners and visitors are highly susceptible.

We Are Family

 

As a family, we are interested in significant dates and/or events which you would be willing to share with everyone; for instance, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, baptisms, weddings, births, etc. whether here or away.

 

Feel free to send the information to Deacon Robert to place in the bulletin.

Transition Process

Let us continue to pray for the members of the Transition Team, the process and the outcome that will make us parishes “Stronger Together”. Let us also pray for one another that our hearts and minds will be open to receive God’s grace of understanding and peace as we come together to share our gifts with one another so others may experience the gospel message of Jesus Christ in our part of Dartmouth.

UPCOMING
PRAYER INTENTIONS

We are called to pray for each other

 

 

Jean Anderson |  Josephine Anderson | Anstey Family | Claude Carvalho | Marg Chisholm | Josephine Day |Brian Doherty | Julie Hefflerc| Doris McGraw | Cathy McOnie | Joan Reti | Madeline Sampson | Jim Stokes | Bill & Nancy Withers | Saint Paul Parish “Transition Team and Process”

ABOUT US

Saint Paul Parish is a faith-filled Roman Catholic community of the Archdiocese of Halifax/Yarmouth and is committed to our Vision and Mission statement. 

ADDRESS

197 Windmill Rd
Dartmouth, NS B3A 1G1

Canada

Telephone: 902 463-5897

saintpaulparishdartmouth@gmail.com

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