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Wrongs to Rights Book Study

'If we don’t understand our history we are bound to repeat our mistakes.’ Those who would like to delve deeper are invited to join us at All Saints, Agassiz as we take part in “Journeying from Wrongs to Rights – a... Read More

Dia de los Muertos Dance

We are getting ready to tie one on at St. Barnabas. A great party, and a great project on the way. We are celebrating the beginning of new life at St. Barnabas with a Day of the Dead Party. It is a fundraiser for... Read More

Art Show - Living on Shared Territory

Part of Heart of the City Festival   St. James’ Anglican Church is pleased to present works by Norman Fox, Diane Wood, Jeff Wilson, Doug Ibbott, Nicole Hannah, Christine Hatfull, Jan Strehler and Grant Cameron  ... Read More

St. Martin's Fall Fair

Exciting news - it's time for the Fall Fair!  St. Martin's is working hard behind the scenes to bring the Fall Fair together. For an amazing selection of goods, please come and see what it's all about on Saturday,... Read More

To Drink from the Silver Cup - Anna Redsand

An Evening with Anna Redsand the author of To Drink from the Silver Cup - From Faith ThroughExile and Beyond Join us for a memorable evening with award-winning author Anna Redsand. Anna has a background in... Read More

Fentanyl Crisis - Info and Discussion

The first Conversation4Community January 25, 2017– 7-9pm Presented by the Justice Education and Advocacy Ministry at Christ Church Cathedral, in the first Conversations4Community offering for 2017, we will... Read More


Explore Christian Mystics, Francis and Clare of Assisi and Catherine of Siena We will explore resources they might bring to your spiritual journey: simplicity, prayer, relationship with creation, communion with... Read More

St Dunstan's Fundraiser with The Fab Fourever

The folks at St. Dunstan's are moving forward with their annual spring fundraisers featuring the Lower Mainland's top tribute acts as the feature entertainment. The 2017 installment could be the best one ever when... Read More

St. Patrick's Day Dinner

To purchase tickets, contact the Church Office: [email protected] 604-463-5733 (messages checked regularly) Read More

Christ's College Choir, Cambridge in Concert

The concert program is a mixture of sacred and secular choral music spanning a range of periods. Tickets will be available for sale closer to the date of the concert, contact the office by email or call... Read More

Why Do They Stay?

Lay Church Leaders and the Demands of Institutional Change The Venerable Stephen Muir recently completed a Doctor of Ministry degree from Trinity College/University of Toronto. His focus of study was how lay... Read More

Music 123 Workshop

Please click to access the registration form Registration is limited. Registration: $40 This comprehensive all-day interactive music literacy workshop facilitated by St. Clement's Director of Music, UBC Music... Read More

WinterFeast and Silent Auction

The Urban Aboriginal Ministry at St Mary Magdalene invites all to a WinterFeast and Silent Auction, featuring moose stew and bannock, traditional songs and poetry on November 24, 6-9 pm Tickets $20 Check out the... Read More

St. Philip's Annual Christmas Fair

Bring friends and family to St Philip's traditional Christmas Fair, a Dunbar community event for all ages. Gifts, Attic Treasures, Preserves, Christmas Cakes, a Silent Auction, Baking, Children's Corner, and... Read More

Café Church at St. John, NV

 Café Church, the alternative Sunday worship experience at St. John the Evangelist, North Vancouver returned for its second season October 7. The gatherings take place on the first Saturday of every month at 4pm in... Read More

Spirit(us) Concert at St. Anselm's

  April 26, 2018- Charles Daniels; Tenor, Baroque performer and frequent artist with the Kings Singers. Admission is by donation ($20 suggested)  A message from the Reverend Alex Wilson, rector, St. Anselm's I... Read More

Christmas Concert with The Silvertones

Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church presents an afternoon concert of Christmas Music by The Silvertones. Proceeds directed to Christmas Hampers. Please download a poster for electronic sharing or for downloading,... Read More

Invisible Disabilities Workshop

On February 10, join filmmaker Cheryl Green for a daylong (10 am – 4 pm) workshop on invisible disabilities. Hosted by Christ Church Cathedral, the workshop will cover issues related to invisible disability and the... Read More

St. Helen's, WPG - Plant Sale

St. Helen's Annual Plant Sale is here! We'll have plants, books, baking, baskets and more! All are welcome.   Read More

Justice and Disabilities

There is an adage that 'all of us have disabilities, some are just more visible than others.' Join Cathedral clergy team members the Reverends Alisdair Smith, Helen Dunn and guests for a provocative exploration of... Read More

Truth and Reconciliation Workshops in Mission

The Truth and Reconciliation Committee of All Saints', Mission chaired by Susan Truman have scheduled four workshops on artifacts and practices of importance to Indigenous peoples. The workshop series began May 12,... Read More

Strawberry Tea & Summer Fashions

Strawberry Tea and Summer Fashions Sat., June 23rd from 2:00-4:00pm. Spend a fabulous afternoon enjoying the renowned hospitality of St. Augustine’s community. Enjoy traditional strawberry tea, a showing of the... Read More

Vancouver Swiss Choir Concert

Tickets $20 which includes a glass of wine and appetizers. To reserve tickets please call Doreen McQueen @ 604.521.6393 Proceeds to the ministries of St. Mary's, Sapperton. The Choir, founded in 1966 provides a... Read More

Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at St. Paul's

“Don’t think that if you had a great deal of time you would spend more of it in prayer. Get rid of that idea! God gives more in a moment than in a long period of time, for His actions are not measured by time at... Read More

Urban Aboriginal Ministry Fundraiser

All are welcome and encouraged to attend an Urban Aboriginal Ministry Welcome and Awareness Fundraiser. We will gather around a traditional feast of moose stew and bannock to enjoy poems and songs. There will be a... Read More

UPDATE: To Drink From the Silver Cup

Monday, January 16, 7pm at St. Dunstan's in Aldergrove, 3025 - 264th Street in Aldergrove Author Anna Redsand. To Drink From the Silver Cup - From Faith Through Exile and Beyond is the highly-praised memoir of... Read More

New Music Ministry for St. Stephen's, WV

Dr. Annabelle Paetsch, formerly of St. Christopher’s, West Vancouver assumed her new post as Minister of Music at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, West Vancouver, in late May and enthusiastically set about identifying... Read More

Strawberry Social celebrating Mission's 125th Birthday

All Saints Anglican Church Strawberry Social celebrating Mission 125. On Saturday June 10, 2017 many people walked through the door of All Saints and enjoyed a free Strawberry Dessert and met with friends,... Read More

Iconic Gift Marks Canada’s 150th at St. David’s Big Lunch

It was The Maple Leaf Forever at St. David’s, Tsawwassen, June 25 when a piece of the song’s alleged maple tree was presented to the parish by Rob Rathbun, Officer of the Maple Leaf tartan-kilted Honourable Guard.... Read More

In the Footsteps of Martin Luther

Reformation 500 - In the Footsteps of Martin Luther by Karl Przywala, Rector, Holy Trinity, Vancouver 2017, as well as being the 150th anniversary of the birth of Confederation, is also the 500th anniversary of... Read More

Topic in Iona

During the early afternoon of August 22, diocesan communications were delighted to receive an email with a high resolution photo attachment showing the Anglican Parish of the Church of the Epiphany (Epiphany),... Read More

The Great Unveiling and Blessing

About three years ago, the congregation at All Saints, Ladner asked the question: “What is God calling us to do in this place?” Over the course of the next twelve months, and following a series of small group... Read More

Invisible Disabilities Workshop at CCC - Feb 10, 2018

Submitted by Helen Dunn and Elma Harder Do you have a coworker who is sometimes a little moody but adds colour to your otherwise boring workweek? Are you someone who loves hanging out with people, but you often... Read More

This Changes Everything - Even the Church

On Tuesday, January 16 at 6:30pm in the Bishop’s Room of St. James’ Anglican Church located on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside a screening of the 2015 Naomi Klein documentary, This Changes Everything took place with... Read More

BSA Caroling Fundraiser

Members of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew (BSA) many who are members of the parish of St. Mary the Virgin, Sapperton took some time out from their personal Christmas week celebrations to participate in “House to... Read More

Pastoral Care Givers Learning Day at CCC

St. Benedict had a good handle on how to foster spirituality within community, and after 1500 years the sixth century monk’s insights are still valid today, Bishop Melissa Skelton told a group of pastoral care... Read More

Confirmation Candidates Celebrated in Ft. Langley

On Sunday, Easter III, April 15, four confirmands were celebrated by the congregation of St. George, Fort Langley in anticipaion of their confirmation on the following Saturday, April 21, 10:30am at Christ Church... Read More

Events at Holy Cross - Spring 2018

March 18 – Episcopal Visitation In the early spring of 2018, Holy Cross marked three celebrations on three different Sundays.  The first was March 18 when we were joined by Bishop Melissa at her parish of Holy... Read More

Starfish Backpacks Fundraising at St. George, MR

May 6,  2018, Rev. David Edgerton, rector of St. George, Maple Ridge ran the Vancouver Marathon to raise money for Starfish Backpacks in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows on behalf of St Georges. Around $1500 was donated... Read More

St. David's Big Lunch for 2018

For the past seven years the Parish of St. David’s, Delta located in Tsawwassen has foregone the usual concept of the parish picnic and have instead adapted the fairly recent British tradition, The Big Lunch. The... Read More

St Barnabas’ Day Celebration – Eucharist and Potluck Brunch

A major alteration to the worship space in an Anglican church can often be a very controversial and stressful undertaking, but at St. Barnabas, New Westminster the changes to the configuration of the 125+ year old... Read More

Wedding - A Highlight of Sunday Eucharist

St. Clement’s, Lynn Valley, was in a particularly festive mood as the Sunday service began on July 15 – in the middle of the usual Pentecost 8 liturgy was planned the marriage of parishioners Randall Alexander and... Read More

Outdoor Eucharist for Canada Day

On July 1, 2018, All Saints’ Burnaby held its first outdoor Eucharist. The worship took place on the north lawn of the church.  Although it was overcast, the dedicated parishioners of All Saints’ gathered with their... Read More

100 Years of Dedicated Ministry in Kerrisdale

 St. Mary’s, Kerrisdale Chancel Guild celebrated its centennial on Friday, September 14, 2018, with a luncheon in the parish hall. The hall was set-up with numerous round tables able to accommodate 8, a buffet table... Read More

Epiphany Pilgrim Medallion Recipients for 2018

The Anglican Parish of the Church of the Epiphany made its seventh annual presentation of its Epiphany Pilgrim medallion on Thanksgiving Sunday. This is given to five members of the congregation each year for their... Read More

Donut Sunday in Maple Ridge

Many thanks to Becki Kozol, Gerry Parrott, Alecia Greenfield for sending in photos from Donut Sunday at St. George, Maple Ridge, October 28. One hundred donuts were brought in fresh that morning, displayed in the... Read More