Our Parish includes two congregations or communities of faith:  Trinity Shared Ministry in Clearwater and the Church of St Paul in Barriere.  Both congregations are Ecumenical Shared Ministries relating to The United Church of Canada, The Anglican Church of Canada, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada.

For information about our denominations, see the Denominational News page and the individual pages for each denomination found in the “About Us” menu under “Denominational News”.  Current news, events, and work of the denominations are included in written reports that are found on the Denominational News page as well as in the posts appearing under “Latest News” at the bottom of this page.

Our in-person worship services are held at the following times and places.







Upcoming Meetings, Events, and Services

Tuesday, August 20th at 10:00 am
Trinity Shared Ministry Board Meeting





A major outreach and stewardship programme is the St. Paul’s Thrift Shop.  For information about it and The Annex Thrift Shop, go to this page.





Opportunities to Share Our Blessings
beyond Our Communities of Faith

The Church of St Paul provides a way to regularly support the Barriere Food Bank.  Donations can be brought to the church and placed in the basket in the foyer.

Beginning on Pentecost Sunday, May 19th, and lasting for the first month of the Season of Pentecost, Trinity Shared Ministry is collecting toiletries and water bottles to donate to Emerald House in Kamloops.

All three of our denominations have funds to support development and relief in both Canada and internationally.  They work with partners throughout the world to determine the best way to provide support.  Both our congregations support these funds.

The following links provide information about the funds and how they can be supported.  When any of them have an emergency response appeal, that information is shared in a post on this website.

Canadian Anglicans respond to national and international emergencies, refugees, development, and justice issues through The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF).  PWRDF supports projects to improve the well being of community members and break the cycle of poverty with a focus on health, empowering women and girls, food security and climate change, and Indigenous programmes.  PWRDF also responds to natural disasters and conflicts with humanitarian relief.

Congregations and members of Evangelical Lutheran Church In Canada serve the world’s poor and disenfranchised through Canadian Lutheran World Relief.  Its programmes respond to needs of community development, refugee resettlement, emergency relief, and humanitarian aid shipments.

M&S logo notextThe Mission and Service (M&S) Fund of the United Church of Canada supports the work of the church in Canada and around the world.  Part of M&S is the World Development and Relief Fund, which supports overseas development projects, emergency relief efforts, and rehabilitation.


New information on our pages:

  • A link to the Rev. Bruce Chalmers’s reflection “Little Ones” found in the Summer 2024 issue of Chapel Chat:  A Newsletter from the Church of St Paul has been posted in the list of reflections on the Minister page.
  • A link to the June issue of the Territory of the People’s Monthly Bulletin is found on the Anglican Church of Canada page.
  • A link to the Denominational News Report to the June 11, 2024 meeting of the Trinity Shared Ministry Board is now on the Denominational News page.
  • Our denominational and World Council of Churches prayer cycles, lectionary readings, and stewardship thoughts are updated each week on the This Week page.


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