Church address:
5350 Baillie Street
Vancouver, BC
(on 37th Ave between Cambie and Oak)

Church office address:
2325 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V6J 3J2

St John's Vancouver Anglican Church is a community of Christians dedicated to the exposition and teaching of the Word of God, to the spreading of the good news of the Gospel at home and abroad, and to the application of God's purpose in our own lives and families.

St. John's Vancouver transition message from Canon David Short

Media resources

Largest Anglican Church Congregation in Canada Leaves Buildings, Puts Faith into Action
• St. John’s Vancouver leaves 100-year historic location
• Prefers to ‘keep the faith’ and give up prime real estate
• Mixed emotions as congregation moves to new location
  read complete 09.22 news release
  read backgrounder
Largest Anglican Church Congregation in Canada Leaves Historic Church Home Because of Differences in Belief
• Differences in belief lead to loss of buildings for Vancouver congregation
• Supreme Court decision upholds liberal Diocese as intended ministry
• St. John’s 100-year history to continue at new location in Vancouver
  read complete 09.08 news release
  read backgrounder

Why we are movingsituation summary

In pictures
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St John's Vancouver Anglican Church - first service in Oakridge Sep 25


Dr. J. I. Packer, Christian theologian, and one of the most influential evangelicals in North America, gave a talk entitled ‘Lessons to be Learned from the Canadian Church Experience’ in June 2008 to an audience in England. His talk explains why the four Vancouver Anglican churches have taken this stand.

The audio can be found here


St John’s Vancouver Church family is holding a series of special services and events during the transition to a new church home.
The transition section provides the details

A series of videos with Dr J. I. Packer and Canon David Short providing an explanation of the Anglican realignment can be found here



Media Contact:
Lesley Bentley
St. John’s Vancouver
People’s Warden
Lesley Bentley