St. Paul’s Anglican Church, located approximately 32 kms south of Edmonton on Hwy 2 in the city of Leduc, is a loving family of Christians dedicated to knowing Christ and making Christ known.  

You’ll find St. Paul’s at 4416 - 50 Street. Stop by the church when you arrive in town and take a selfie out front before checking out some favourite attractions recommended by local community members! The city of Leduc is a unique suburban community catering to city dwellers as well as rural folks! This suburban city has much to offer visiting day-trippers.

Head over to Fred John's Park that is connected to the Multiway Trail System in Leduc. Fred John’s Park is 35 acres of land providing a great place for a walk around the lake, complete with a playground for kids, picnic areas, disc golf and year-round fishing, it’s a wonderful oasis in the middle of the community.

After your walk, make your way over to the Rural Routes Brewery for a beer and food. Word on the street is that Rural Routes has the best poutine around. It offers COVID-friendly patio seating and takeaway orders.

If you have kids in tow don’t leave town before checking out The Meadowview Dinosaur Park. This park is located at the site of a 2013 dinosaur bone find.  

No day trip is complete without Ice Cream! Head over to the Husky (4409 Black Gold Drive) for the best ice cream in town before heading home. **Please Note: When you visit communities in the diocese you are asked to follow the guidelines mandated in Alberta.  Stay 6ft apart. Wear a mask. Stay home if you are sick.