Thursday, 24 April 2014

Fabulous Friday - April 25th

Fabulous Friday will return on April 25 at 5:30pm.  Our regional youth minister Rev. Andrew Halladay will lead this event with a theme “New Life”.   Everyone is welcome!

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Spring Concert at St. Martin's

Fascinating Rhythms


A Spring Concert
Joyful Voice Community Choir
Tuesday, April 29th 7:30 pm

St. Martin’s Anglican Church
195 East Windsor Road, North Vancouver

Admission is by donation of a non-perishable food item to the Harvest Project and a cash donation to St. Martin’s Community Ministries.
Reception to follow.

Friday, 18 April 2014

St. Catherine's Justice Workgroup Expanding

Take a look on St. Catherine's website for a article about the region working together on eco/social justice together.

February Meeting Minutes

Click through to see the minutes from the February regional council meeting.

Thursday, 10 April 2014

The Pastoral and Ethical issues of Palliative and Hospice Care

Really Important Planning session #4: Palliative and Hospice Care
Saturday, April 26, 10 am – 12:30 pm
St Agnes Church, 530 East 12th Street, North Vancouver.
What are the pastoral and ethical issues a family is likely to face when a loved one is dying? This final session in the RIP series will feature special guests from the North Shore Palliative and Support Care program, including the Rev. Andres Rebane, Dr. Peter Edmunds, and clinical ethicist Kim Taylor. If you have not already registered for a previous RIP session, please let us know you are coming. Encourage your friends and family members to come as well. Please call the church office at 604 987-0432 or send an email to

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Who's My Neighbour - Downtown Eastside Visit

On Sunday, April 13, we will make the final visit in our Lenten visiting series--Who Is My Neighbour?. We will visit the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, often described as the poorest off-reserve postal code in Canada. People who live or work in the neighbourhood will act as hosts and guides on a short, slow pace, walking tour of their place in the city. Rain or shine we will go in small groups of five or fewer and hear about gentrification, displacement, economic disparity and resistance in the oldest neighbourhood in Vancouver.

You will get the most from your experience if you prepare before hand.

For our bible study please read Luke 10:25-37 and think and pray about the attached questions.

To learn more about some of the issues facing the neighbourhood please read the attached Introduction to the Neighbourhood and look at this short video made in 2010 just prior to the olympics.

We will meet at St. Catherine's at 11:45 for prayer and bible study and at Four Sister's Co-op, 133 Powell St. at 1pm for the tour. If you plan to join us it is essential that you let Laurel know so that we have enough guides.