General Information

St. Paul's is a Christian faith community that strives to fulfill the spiritual needs of all age groups and guide them in making that spirituality relevant in today's world. As you walk through our doors, you will find a welcoming atmosphere and a warm, nurturing Christian home.

Our minister is: Rev. Rick Spies. We are a congregation of The United Church of Canada. and we belong to Hamilton Presbytery, which is one of six presbyteries within Hamilton Conference.

Our doors are open to all people. We believe our welcome is God's welcome, and that anyone is welcome, of whatever age, race, religious background or sexual orientation.

That means . . . YOU are WELCOME !

We are located in the picturesque valley of Dundas, Ontario, Canada, at the west end of Lake Ontario, politically within the City of Hamilton, our town is tucked into a beautiful valley of the Niagara Escarpment.

Worship Services

Sunday worship services begin at 10:00 a.m.

Special services are held throughout the year according to the calendar of the Christian Year.

Music is provided by a number of groups (most led by Fredric DeVries):

  • Chancel Choir
  • Sunbeams (ages 4 -7) led by Jennifer Cooper
  • Celestial Singers (8 - 14)
  • Sweet Refrain (contemporary style)
  • Afternoon and Evening Handbells
  • Afternoon Singers

St. Paul's is blessed to have a wide range of musical talent.

A Coffee Hour, in the lower hall (dining hall) after worship every Sunday, provides a good opportunity to meet the friendly people of St. Paul's. And the coffee, tea, juice and 'nibblies' are free!

We Are Open

All entrances to the church are open and attended by volunteers on Sunday mornings.

The coffee hour, in the lower hall (dining hall) after worship, is a place to find a friendly face and someone to answer the questions you may have about St. Paul's.

The church office is open 5 days a week (Monday through Friday) from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and by appointment in the afternoon.

Bulletin boards throughout the church offer information about our community, our church and the many varied activities and programs that take place at St Paul's.


St. Paul's is fully wheelchair accessible from the church parking lot off Park Street.

Parking for persons with special mobility challenges is also available in the church parking lot off Park Street. This door leads to our elevator, which takes anyone to any level.

Washroom facilities are located on the sanctuary level, on each floor of the Christian Education building, and also on the lower floor, in the dining hall.

All washrooms are wheelchair accessible except for the two old facilities near the library, but an accessible facility in that vicinity is very close by, in the Moss Davidson Hill room.