The original Anglican church in Osgoode was built in 1886 and stood until 1924 when a larger church was needed to accommodate a growing parish. The whole congregation worked together to make a dream come true. Local “Boyd” cement block was donated for the construction. Teams of churchmen helped with the construction and the Ladies' Guild (est. 1909) raised funds through bake sales, catering and bazaars to purchase pews of quartered oak and elm, the sanctuary carpet, altar furniture and linens. The church, with its tower and steeple, stands as a village landmark to this day.
St. Paul's has a motorized “Stair-Trac” system for those unable to use the stairs. It is best if this is arranged in advance. The church hall includes a wheelchair accessible washroom. We are equipped with a sound system for the hearing impaired. Headsets can be picked up as you enter the church. Parking is at the rear of the church and you can enter either through the door at the back or through the doors at the front. The church is presently considering how to become fully wheelchair accessible by installing a lift.