St. Paul's Mission
St. Paul’s United is a prairie-rooted, people church, centered on Holy Mystery. We experience the gift of grace – forgiveness, new life, God’s unconditional love – as we open our doors and hearts to people of all ages, stages and walks of life. We live as a community of faith carried on the winds of God’s Spirit.
1418 Third Street
Estevan, SK S4A 0S4
Join Us for Worship
Please join us for worship on Sundays at 11:00 am.
(10:00 am in July and August)
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St. Paul's Office Hours:
Monday to Friday:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
For Your Safety
For your safety and well-being an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) is located in the Narthex of the church.
An EpiPen Auto-Injector is stored in the AED cabinet to assist with any allergic reaction.
Continuing Worship during COVID-19
Living Skies Regional Council produces a biweekly newsletter named the "Regional Rambler". To view the latest Regional news or to subscribe to the Rambler, click here.
To see the entire current newsletter and back issues click here.
In-Person Worship Service
St. Paul's will open September 1, 2021 subject to the guidelines of the Saskatchewan Health Authority. Worship service will begin Sunday, September 12, 2021 @ 11:00 am.
More information on our opening can be found in this July Newsletter.
Many happenings and opportunities within our community and region are posted on our Facebook page. Stay informed by clicking on this link.
Are you interested in Social Justice and Action? Check out this page and find out how you may become involved.
Prayer Cycle - 2021
The Living Skies Regional Council hopes that communities of faith and individuals will use this prayer cycle as a way to connect with other communities of faith by including them in weekly thoughts and prayers.
The Ecumenical Youth Group Committee is seeking a Youth Worker to provide ministry to the youth of Estevan, particularly those belonging to the congregations of St. Giles Anglican Church, St. Paul United Church, and Trinity Lutheran Church. If you are interested, please contact the office at (306) 634-2885. More information can be found here.
The Canadian Luther Anglican Youth is hosting an on-line event for youth August 20-22, 2021. Keynote speaker is Melanie Delva, Reconciliation Animator for the Anglican Church of Canada. To register or for more information, email Sandi Klatt. A poster can be found here.
Hiring - Church Custodian
St. Paul's is hiring a permanent part-time custodian with employment to begin September 1, 2021. Anyone interested in applying for this important position can find more information here.
Food Bank Sunday
The first Sunday of every month, we collect donations for the Food Bank. Currently the food bank is very low with more families and first time users accessing it due to the down turn in the local economy. Please consider donating to the Food Bank with either groceries or financial donations in between our designated weeks.
St. Paul's International Pastoral Charge Community of Faith Profile - 2019
Our team has completed our Community of Faith Profile, formerly called the JNAC (Joint Needs Assessment Committee) report. At a Congregation Meeting held November 3, 2019, the congregation approved the profile and the recommendation to seek a full-time ministry personnel. This position will be posted on the United Church's online pastoral relations tool, ChurchHub, for viewing by ministry personnel who are searching for a new pastoral relationship.
The profile can read here.
St. Paul's International Pastoral Charge Search Team
St. Paul's Search Team members are Marilyn McCutcheon, Jarno de Ruiter, and Astrid Friesen. The Portal's members are Emily Gillies and Rosie Melton.
Many of our members contribute to the life and the work of St. Paul's by having a monthly amount automatically withdrawn from their bank account. This program is called PAR (Pre-Authorized Remittance).
During this difficult time, when Sunday Worship is not being held and the church is closed, members not enrolled in PAR, may continue with their givings by mail or by simply using online giving offered by the DONATE button above and following the instructions.
For those members who deal at Affinity Credit Union, St. Paul's is set up as a payee and you can offer your givings directly online.