MISSION

We aspires to be a lively, multi-generational community of hope and compassion, constantly growing in its faith and work through worship, fellowship, and service.

CONTACT

Address:

2893 Marine Drive

West Vancouver, British Columbia

Phone:

(604) 926-1812

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A Multi-Generational Community

of Hope & Compassion. 

Welcome to WVPC

Our Story

At West Vancouver Presbyterian Church, we aspire to be a lively, multi-generational community of hope and compassion, constantly growing in its faith and work through worship, service, and conversation.

We hope, you’ll take some time to explore our website. Feel free to contact us anytime if you have questions.

 

You will find a church that is the center of great worship, excellent music and good conversation. We have our Sundaymorning worship service at 10:30 AM where there will be music, readings from the Bible, prayers, and a sermon by our minister.

 

The music director and the choir provides musical leadership and contributes with an anthem that lifts out the theme of the day for musical exploration.

 

We take the Bible seriously but not literally. Still, the sermon where the minister links together the biblical reading and our daily lives in a contemporary meaningfully way in the 21st century is important to us.

 

Please join us a Sunday morning. We would love to see you!

ABOUT OUR CHURCH

We are a diverse congregation ranging in ages from less than a year to a century and have a wide range of backgrounds and professions

WORSHIP

What is worship at West Vancouver Presbyterian Church? It is lively, peaceful, musical and thoughtful. It is children mingling with their church family. 

MUSIC

West Vancouver Presbyterian Church Choir plays an important role in the weekly Sunday service. Although small in size, the group is dedicated to provide meaningful and quality music. 

With roots that go back over 100 years.

The first church meetings in West Vancouver were held in 1908 in John Lawson’s house on 17th street where 33 people of all christian denominations worshiped together.