Our worship at St. Paul’s Church, remains a traditional Anglican worship with Holy Eucharist every Sunday at 7.45 am. Hymns are still traditional from the Ancient and Modern Hymn Book. On special Sundays more contemporary Hymns and lyrics are added. For a long time we used the Ceylon Liturgy which was traditionally Anglican. As it happens all over the world, from time to time the liturgy has been developed and revised by the National Church (Church of Ceylon), in order to make the liturgy more meaningful and
relevant to the life of the community, which we are expected to follow. We also have a short said service of Holy Communion at 6.45 a m, every Sunday.
The regular worship service is always a Sung Eucharist for three Sundays of the month. On the second Sunday, the regular worship is in Sinhala language. Still at 6.45 am the usual short said Holy Eucharist is celebrated in English. Our Choir comprises of around thirty children and adults and they sing to
the music and harmony of our pipe organ. They are an integral part of our Sunday gathering, who enhances the quality of our community worship.
In addition every Wednesday a said Eucharist followed by a Healing Service is held. The Prayer Circle meets as a continuation of the Healing Service. Regular Bible Studies and Cottage Meetings are held in the homes of our parishioners, for more involved study, reflection and prayer, of the local community.