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The Church of Our Lord, Vancouver

The Church of Our Lord is the oldest Christian Church on its original foundation in Vancouver, and the oldest original Reformed Episcopal Church in existence. Information of its programs may be found on its web site. The address is on the Parish Page.

If you live close by, we encourage you to walk to us or if that’s not possible just hop on in your car. We are a proud supporter of ethical investing as well and teach people that money is actually a great thing. Not chasing after it but by going after your purpose and attracting it. We want people to be free and this way, they can truly see the glory of god.

Women are also most highly regarded in our church. After all, without women, there won’t be no man. On Weekdays, we have not started special classes as well to help women continue to stay in shape such as Zumba, Kick Boxing,  and a few more. These will develop as we go along so ladies, your feedback would be highly appreciated.

Regular Sunday Services:
9:30 am Informal Café-style Service in the hall
11 am Book of Common Prayer in the church
4 pm The Table Church (1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays –
250-661-4141 www.tablechurch.ca

Church of the Holy Trinity, Colwood

We are a growing congregation, three years old, which is worshipping at St. John the Baptist Heritage Church, Hatley Park. The Service of Holy Communion is celebrated weekly at 2:00 pm. The church is located behind the Shell Station and the Anglican Church of the Advent. Turn off Sooke Road just past Royal Roads University and Hatley Park Memorial Gardens.We welcome all new parishioners who would like to join with us in worshipping the Lord Jesus Christ. St. John the

Baptist Church is a beautifully restored heritage Church, sited adjacent to the Pioneer Cemetery on Glencairn Lane in Colwood.  St. John has recently been restored with a grant from BC Heritage Trust. A fine example of Carpenter Gothic, the church boasts the original tongue and groove cedar interior and vaulted raftered ceiling, and period heritage lamp standards line the walkway through the quiet churchyard.

For those in the Western Communities who would like a ride to Holy Trinity Church Services, Dimitri Karkanis will pick you up before the serive and deliver you home afterwards. To arrange for pick-up please call Dimitri before 9:00 pm on Saturday night, at 250-474-1290

Living Word Episcopal Church in Courtney

Living Word program details may be found by clicking on their web page address on the Parish Page.All in the Comox Valley are invited to join with us as we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

The Rev’d. Bill Klock, Rector of Living Word Church has recently published his new book, First Corinthians. This book is an Expositional Commentary including thirty-one sermons preached by the author, taking the reader verse by verse through all sixteen chapters, explaining the text and applying it to the contemporary Church. This book is available for a cost of $9.02 and ship to you in 3 to 5 business days. For more information and how to order the book.

The Church of the Rock, Duncan, B.C.

The Church of the Rock is a MIssion Church just North of Duncan, under the guidance of MIssioners Rob and Shelley Pacchiano. They meet at 7718 Westholme Road on Tuesday nights for a Soup Dinner followed by Evensong and Bible Message.For further information contact Rob or Shelley at 250-701-9938. Newcomers and children are always welcome.

The Diocese

Please note that the mailing address for the Office of the Diocese is 70-7570 Tetayut Road, Saanichton, B.C., V8M 2H4

Please see each of the Church’s web sites for more particulars on their activities. Just click on their web page address found under our Parish page.

New Churches in Vancouver and Around

This Diocese is opening new churches, both on Vancouver and Vancouver Island and in other parts of the Diocese throughout Western Canada and Alaska. If there are groups of people who are looking for scriptural and orthodox Episcopal direction, and would like to begin a  House Church under the Anglican Church in North America and the Reformed Episcopal Church in their area, please contact Bishop Charles Dorrington at 778-426-1232 in Victoria for information on how to proceed.