St. Philip's promotes trees

The garden at St. Philip’s Dunbar includes a recently planted tree St. Philip's Dunbar, is hosting a session with an urban forester in hopes that parishes will plant and care for more trees. David Nowak, a... Read More

The bishop on the road

Bishop Michael Ingham is on sabbatiacal till Advent. He has visited several places, including Russia. These are exerpts from a report of his travels he has written and shared. Christ the Saviour Cathedral in... Read More

Night shift: feeding the Surrey homeless

The menu was being handed out in Church by Barb Vyse to the St. Michael's team. Jambalaya, Seafood Chowder, Ham and Scalloped Potatoes, Tuna Casserole, Turkey Pilaf. The menu and recipes, and the crew roster had... Read More

St. Christopher helps Harvest Project

The Ven. Lou Rivers and wife Georgie model cruise wear at Saint Christopher’s fashion show. (Carole Nielson photo) St Christopher's, West Vancouver, held events last month to support North Vancouver's... Read More

Women Veterans remember

  Grace Clark (Barbara Brown photos) This is the story of two women, Grace Clark and Edna Cooper. During World War II, in the anxious days of 1944 Britain, they worked just a few miles apart in the south of... Read More


Thursday, November 2, 7:00 - 9:00 pm, followed by a celebration of Holy Communion at 9:15 pm. Since the 10th century the Christian Church has observed the 2nd of November as a day for commemorating the souls of the... Read More

Archbishop willing to appoint alternative bishop

  Archbishop Terry Buckle is willing to appoint an alternative bishop for parishes in the Diocese of New Westminster who continue to protest the Diocesan Synod’s 2002 decision to ask for a blessing of same sex... Read More

C.S. Lewis' Prince Caspian performed in Port Coquitlam

The casting call came, scenery was constructed, lines were memorized and blocking rehearsed as St. Catherine of Alexandria performed  “Prince Caspian” at the Terry Fox Theatre in Port Coquitlam on October 20, 21 and... Read More

Diocese welcomes report by Panel of Reference

The Diocese of New Westminster welcomed a report of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Panel of Reference and stated the hope that it can be a basis of reconciliation with parishes that have protested the blessing of... Read More

Archdeaconry meetings underway

To contact the Diocesan Task Force on Physical Resources, email [email protected], or phone 604 684 6306 ext. 219 Six archdeaconry meetings on the future use of the diocese’s land being held by the... Read More