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.

The purpose of the men’s ministry is threefold: (1) to grow in our understanding of God and his purposes for our lives as revealed in the Bible; (2) to share life with and support each other; and (3) to pray for each other and worship God together. Our hope is that through these times together we will grow into men who more and more live for Jesus Christ in every aspect of our lives (home, work, and church).  In addition to the events below, Men's Ministry meets on Tuesday nights (7:30-9:00pm) at the church. You can register online by clicking here If you have any questions about the men’s ministry or would like to talk with someone about it, please contact Dan Gifford (604.558.4400 Ext. 234; or Jordan Senner (604.558.4400 Ext. 230;

Men @ Breakfast
These special events occur three or four times a year on Saturday mornings at 9:00 am. We enjoy a full catered hot breakfast followed by a talk from a prominent member of the community. Recent speakers included Rector David Short, Canon Dr. J. I. Packer, Bishop Paul Barnett, and Bishop Charlie Masters.

Men @ 7:20
Expect breakfast, encouraging fellowship, prayer and stimulating Bible study.

We meet every Wednesday for breakfast from 7:20 to 7:50, we continue with a time of prayer between 7:50 and 8:00, and then Bible study from 8:00 to 8:30. We are currently working through the book of Acts.





For more information:
Jordan Senner




"...Learning that all the other men at one point have gone through the issues I'm dealing with was eye-opening. Praying together, encouraging one another, and seeing prayers answered has been very helpful. I can't recommend the men's groups highly enough."