St. Paul's Cathedral, Kamloops

Joyful – Rooted - Hospitable - Responsive

St. Paul’s Cathedral is an inclusive, diverse community of Christians who are rooted in the best of the Anglican tradition, hospitable and welcoming to seekers, and responsive as a Christian community to the needs of others and those who come to us.  

Come as you are and know that you will be welcomed here. Come, and let us see Jesus together. St. Paul’s Cathedral is a place of worship, learning, ministry and outreach. This is a place where all age groups, backgrounds and experience are welcomed. This is a place where faith is nurtured and held. St. Paul’s Cathedral is a community that is safe and welcoming for LGBTQ+ people, their friends and family.  

St. Paul’s joins other Anglicans in a healing and reconciliation journey with indigenous Canadians. Regardless of your own particular journey, you are welcome to join us in ours.

For information about our Dean and Rector, the Very Rev. Ken Gray go here.

For a recent congregational snapshop go here

For other images of parish life go here

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Merry Christmas from all of us at St. Paul's Cathedral in Kamloops, to all our friends in the Territory of the People and to all visitors to this site. Please find linked below copies of our liturgies for Advent 4,... Read More


Celebrating the Life of TOM SUGDEN

Please find linked below the sermon preached by Bishop Gordon Light at the Funeral for the late Canon Tom Sugden. Thank you Gordon for your part in a very uplifting service, as we recalled together Tom's ministry to... Read More



Go here for a full description of the 2018 February Faith Lectures at St. Paul's Cathedral in Kamloops. Read More

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Streams in the Desert by Jennifer Ste Marie Created as part of the 2017 Season of Creation Initiative at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Kamloops In this painting, I am attempting to give image to the ideas in Isaiah 35 and... Read More



Thanks Philomena Hughes for this lovely shot of our Territorial Administration Committee which met Saturday, Nov 4 at St. Paul's Cathedral in Kamloops Back Row Ken Gray, Angus Muir, Dwight Oatway, Len Fraser, David... Read More


SEASON OF CREATION around the globe

Click here for an Anglican Communion News Service article describing Anglican involvement in the 2017 Season of Creation including our Territory. Other SOC events occurred in 100 Mile House to our knowledge. If you... Read More



Visit the Territory Resource Page for a new assembling of resources for reconciliation suitable for use in parishes and congregations. Enjoy. Contact Dean Ken if you have further questions. Read More


SERMONS AND EVENTS from St. Paul's Season of Creation

SERMONS AND EVENT RECORDINGS are now available from the 2017 Season of Creation hosted by St. Paul's Cathedral in Kamloops. Go here for a play list which includes: A short documentary clip made during a recent trip... Read More


BISHOP'S FINAL WORDS before her sabbatical

Bishop’s Message: This is the last day in the office for me before I leave on Sabbatical. I am so excited to be away for this sabbatical time of study in Chicago and trust that I will come back renewed and refreshed... Read More


ALL ARE WELCOME to Season of Creation Offerings

SECOND PROGRAMME focuses on WATER In the second annual Season of Creation programme, based at and around St. Paul's Cathedral, we will consider how water infuses and affect our life as Christians and the life of the... Read More


SEASON OF CREATION resources now available

Just in time for the Season of Creation which runs from Sept 1 – October 4, 2017 we are pleased to share Liturgical Offerings and other online resources suitable for The Season of Creation. The sample liturgies and... Read More

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FIRE HYMNTEXT expresses hope and anxiety

Photo Credit: Chris Harris Photography A new hymntext FLAMES OF DANGER, THREAT’NING, HOV’RING written by the Very Rev. Ken Gray, Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, Kamloops BC, Canada captures the anxiety, power, and... Read More