We are a diverse congregation ranging in ages from less than a year to a century and have a wide range of backgrounds from professionals in law, medicine, education, engineering and the clergy to a broad range of business backgrounds in fields such as technology, forestry, entertainment, sales, financial, communications and the arts, just to name a few.
As a suburban church, we draw on a large geographical area attracting people from North and West Vancouver, Vancouver, and as far away as Belcarra. We are small enough that the congregation can get to know everyone, but large enough to have the diversity that generates the mix of talent necessary for the church to operate. We are married, single, widowed and live in a mix of apartments, condos, townhouses and single family homes.
The Presbyterian Church in Canada
The Presbyterian Church in Canada is part of the Reformed family of Christian Churches, tracing its history through the time of the Reformation in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Our current form as a denomination dates to a church union of 1875, and a continuance of those Presbyterians who remained separate from the 1925 union which formed the United Church of Canada from Presbyterian, Methodist and Congregationalist roots. The form of the Presbyterian Sunday services are somewhat similar to those of the Methodist and United churches.