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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Information for Investors - A Faith-Response Initiative For those concerned about how our Church invests funds and how investment decisions are made in relation to standards around environmental, social and... Read More

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PRISTINE ALPINE WILDERNESS inspires crowd at presentation

Celebrated landscape photographer Chris Harris and Rita Giesbrecht shared inspiring and rarely seen images of Ape Lake in the BC West Chilcotin. As part of this year's Season of Creation programme at St. Paul's... Read More


Resources from ECOBISHOPS AFRICA 2018

Ecobishops Africa 2018: An Urgent Cry for Ecological Justice: Reclaiming the Gospel Imperative for All Creation Please find here information and resources arising from a gathering of bishops, women leaders and young... Read More


FUNERAL SERVICE for Pastoral Elder Jim White announced

A Message from Bishop Barbara Dear Friends, Tuesday evening, Aug 21, 2018 around 10.30 pm I received word that Jim White left on his journey from this life to the next.  He died peacefully surrounded by members of... Read More



Please find on this page highlights from a service Celebrating Reconciliation, Sunday July 8, 2018 at St. Paul's Cathedral in Kamloops. National Indigenous Bishop Mark MacDonald presided at table assisted by Bishop... Read More