The Pilgrimage

We are excited to share some news about the future of our beautiful church! 18 months ago we knew our heritage building was in need of repairs and a seismic upgrade. We have an amazing team working on restoring this gorgeous building, but to do that work we need to pilgrimage out for approximately 18 months, starting from February 4th, 2019.

After much searching and many conversations, here is where you will find our 4 services:
Sunday Morning Service
Sunday @ 10:30am

This will happen next door to our church at the Century Plaza Hotel, 1015 Burrard St, 2nd fl.

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Jazz Vespers
Sunday @ 4:00pm

Vancouver’s longest running Jazz Vespers will take place right in our The Salons, 100-1022 Nelson St.

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Candlelight Contemplative Service
Sunday @ 7:00pm

Contemplative Candlelight and Music will be 10-minute walk away to St Paul’s Anglican, 1130 Jervis St.

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Eat Play Love
Saturday @ 4:00pm

Eat, Play, Love, our multi-generational worship service will take place in our The Salons, 100-1022 Nelson St.

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All other programs, education, lectures, and groups will take place in the Salons. Parking continues to be operational at our church site so you can still park there! For the Candlelight and Music service, there is also paid parking next to St Paul’s Anglican.

Progress report

*** As of January 31, 2020


Restoration updates

2020 Latest Information

MARCH 19TH UPDATE – As of this moment our workers are still working ensuring they have hand washing stations and 2m distance between them. They are separated at breaks and lunch. We foresee a time in the near future that the work will stop on site. We will make sure the church is locked up so no one can get in. As much as I want to be back in the church our priority is people’s health.


March – Photo Updates


December – Video Clip
November – 1
October – N/A
September – Drone Video
August – 1 2 3 4
July – 1 2
May & June – N/A
April – 1 2 3 4 5
March – 1 2 3 4
February – 1
January – Press Release

In the media

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