A 90 minute trip around a section of the Diocese of New Westminster (Burnaby, East Vancouver, Richmond, Southwest Vancouver, Kerrisdale, Dunbar) will take one past a variety of diocesan churches situated at high visibility locations on some major thoroughfares.
Here are photos of some of the signs and other visual communications items found at a number of diocesan parishes.
- A positive message from All Saints', Burnaby Photo: Jane Dittrich
- Another positive message from All Saints', Burnaby Photo:Jane Dittrich
- St. Alban the Martyr, Burnaby lets the people travelling near the area of Edmonds and Canada Way know that worship continues
- St. Timothy's, Burnaby's sign communicates a thoughtful message to the folks from Matthew 28:20 as they travel north and south on Willingdon
- Worship info on the electronic sign at St. Thomas, Collingwood
- Online location for St. Thomas, Collingwood
- At St. Margaret, Cedar Cottage passersby are invited to stop and fill out a prayer card and hang it on the prayer tree
- The sun bursts through the prayer treein front of St. Margaret located near Kingsway and Knight Streets.
- Prayers on the tree
- St. Alban's, Richmond lets folks know that worship continues online
- At 52nd and Cypress, an inspiring message outside the main entrance doors of St. Faith, Vancouver
- Located near the corners of 49th and Cambie St. Matthias and St. Luke shares the coordinates for online worship
- The sign at St. Philip, Dunbar is surrounded by materials being used in the current new roof project.
- Rector of St. Philip, the Reverend Stuart Hallam and Organist/Director of Music, Michael Murray stand on either side of the sign indicating that the new recycled eco-friendly rubber roofing materials will last for 80 years. The roof replacement of the parish buildings which include a hall, offices, auditorium, sanctuary (narthex,nave, chancel) and the rectory should be completed by early-mid June.
- Thanks to essential workers sign at St. Clement's, Lynn Valley