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

Church office address:
2325 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V6J 3J2
604.558.4400

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.

This section provides resources to help you study the Bible, to prepare studies for children and adults, and a list of helpful links.

 

Fall 2013: The Church Jesus Builds

This term we are going to try to catch a glimpse of God’s view of his church, through our sermons and studies. We will look at the place of the church in God’s purposes for his creation. We will get a taste of God’s amazing agenda for his church. As we gather each week we pray that God will shape us by his desire to make us increasingly a community of contrast. Read more 

Genesis – Salvation Begins

Sermon series and Bible studies. God’s plan to bless the nations unfolds; God begins His work to bring us back into relationship with Him. Read more

1 & 2 Samuel sermon series and Bible study

Leadership in Transition – Preparing the World for God's Messiah

More than just a tale of two kings. God shows us to what extent He wants us to trust Him, and the suffering that comes with being the chosen of God. Read more 

The Gospel of Mark

The gospel of Mark presents the good news about 'Jesus Christ, the Son of God'.  In Mark, Jesus teaches us about who he is and what he has come to do...and lays out what that will mean for his followers.

Check out our resources for studying Mark:
The Gospel of Mark Bible Study Guide. See here
Toolkit for studying Mark. See here

Two Worlds, Two Ways

Our fall 2008 to summer 2009 sermon series was on the Gospel of Luke. You can find resources here and listen online to the Luke sermons. Find out more

Acts of the Apostles for All

Acts for All

New LORD, new presence, new power, new people, new prophet, new name, new community, new challenge, new message, new mission, new life, new man, new purpose, new creation. Follow the sermon series

Romans sermon series and Bible study

Meet God!

Martin Luther: "This epistle is the chief book of the New Testament, the purest gospel. It deserves not only to be known word for word by every Christian but to be the subject of his meditation day by day." Read more 

Alive with Christ with every blessing

Sermon series and Bible studies. Find out how Paul's letter to the Ephesians is relevant to us today. Read more

 

Bible Studies for Purchase

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