Welcome to St. Christopher’s Church in West Vancouver

 

Last Chance for Trivia Tickets!

If you have been thinking about buying tickets, now is the time to do it. They are going fast! Tickets are available after the church service or from the office, cost $20 for adults, $10 for 12-18 years and under 12s are free. Pizza will be served, and you have a chance to win a prize.

What a wonderful Sunday!

Karen and Kosta certainly made themselves at home on Sunday, and left quite an impression on the congregation! Karen’s sermon has given everyone a lot to think and talk about during the week. Kosta’s music, especially the incredibly moving and improvised communion music, made the service very special. Thank you for coming out and supporting them in their new roles in the parish.

 

 

What’s Happening at St. Chris?

 

 

Is That St. Christopher’s?

Come check out the new paint job! The Church has been refreshed with a coat of paint and is looking sharp.

 

Thursday Bible Study

Bible Study has started again on Thursdays at 11 a.m.

Building Campaign

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you for all of your generous contributions to our building campaign.

Committees: New and Revitalized

A note from Brian McGuinness our new Church Committee Secretary

Free Fire Extinguishers

If you would like a fire extinguisher for your home, let us know.

Come Worship with Us Every Sunday at 10 AM

For 80 years we have been joyfully serving the Ambleside Community. God has provided us with a spiritual home at St Christopher’s for all who seek to know and love God and to follow Jesus in the grace of the Holy Spirit.

  • Office email: office@stchristopherswestvan.org – Office Phone: 604.922.5323
  • Rector’s Warden: Ev Baker
  • People’s Warden: Mort Shannon
  • Deputy Warden: Munesh Muttucomaroe

Twitter: @StChrisWestVan; Facebook: www.facebook.com/StCsWestVan

1068 Inglewood Ave West Vancouver, BC V7T 1Y3 (Corner of 11th Street and Inglewood Ave)

 

St. Christopher’s Parish is situated in the unceded Coast Salish territories within the Squamish, Tsleil-waututh and Musqueam First Nations.

There are Coast Salish people who believe that once you live amongst them, you too have the same relational responsibility of now being designated as “Coast Salish”.