1880: The Bishop of New Westminster, Right Rev. A. W. Sillitoe, visits Kamloops for the first time.
1884: English Church Mission opened, centered in Kamloops.
September 1884: A temporary church building was erected (a log cabin). The first services in the building were held on 7 September 1884.
1888: In May, groundbreaking and cornerstone laying ceremonies occur for a new building on Main Street (West Victoria). In November construction begins after the sale of the log cabin they had been meeting in to that point.
1892: Kamloops Missionary District split into 4 areas, covering much of the Southern BC Interior.
1912: Surpliced choir organized.
1914: Built St Peter's Church at Goose Lake.
Around 1913: Church board began talking about moving the church building.
1917: St. Paul's became a single congregation parish (rather than being a Mission congregation)
1924: Congregation has building removed from Main Street and reconstructed on the corner of 4th and Nicola - its present location. The cornerstone ceremony occured in October.
1935: Kamloops designated as See City. St Paul's Church designated a Cathedral.
1882: D. H. W. Horlock
Canon W Henry Cooper
Rev Mr Irwin
Until 1890: Stuart C Scholefield
1890-1894: Rev. Mr. Shildrick
1894-1901: Rev. E. P. Flewelling
1901-1915: Rev. A. S. Akehurst
1915-1918: Rev. J. Wiseman
1918-1922: Rev. Christopher Reed
1922: Rev John Leigh
Rev D C Dunbar
Reverend J C Jolley
Rev Nicholas J Parker
Current: Rev. Canon Lev Fraser
Sunday 8am (Communion), 10am (Eucharist)
Wednesday 8am (Communion)
1888. 'Church of England.' The Inland Sentinel. 19 May 1888. A05 (read article here)
1888. 'New English Church'. The Inland Sentinel. 26 May 1888. A01. (read article here)
1888. 'Kamloops: A Brief Sketch of Its Past and Present.' The Inland Sentinel. 9 June 1888. A05.
1888. 'New English Church.' The Inland Sentinel. 27 October 1888. A03
1924. 'St Paul's Plans Heatily Passed.' Kamloops Standard-Sentinel. 12 June 1924. A01
1924. 'Parish History of St. Paul's Church.' Kamloops Sentinel. 17 October 1924. A01-A02