St. Paul's

Healing. Worship. Reflection. Hospitality. In Christ's Name. For All People.

St. Paul's

Whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on the journey of faith, you are welcome here. 

For over a hundred years, St. Paul’s Anglican Church has been a symbol of the presence of God in the heart of the West End. In our Church, we worship God and serve the world for which Christ died and rose again.

We are building a Christian community welcoming, reflecting, and embracing the diversity of our unique neighbourhood. We proclaim the Gospel and share the Sacrament of our Lord’s Body and Blood. Our worship is inclusive, participatory and full of life. We are a dynamic parish committed to prayer and discernment of God’s presence as we grow and change.


An Advocacy Success Story: The Story of Mitchell

The Story of Mitchell Mitchell came to see us because he was in danger of being evicted. He was really upset and afraid of what might happen. Mitchell had difficulty with his issues with the landlord since had a... Read More


Our House 40th Anniversary Eucharist

On Sunday, March 5, the faith community of St. Paul's, Vancouver gathered for the Lent I Eucharist. It was also a celebration of 40 years of Our House (Our House West Coast Society), a sober living facility that was... Read More


Our House Recovery: Appeal Letter

Our House West Coast Society     February, 2017 Dear friends: This year has been a particularly difficult year for Vancouver's addiction recovery community. Everyone has been struck with the increasing numbers of... Read More


The Story of Scott

The Story of Evan: A Transformed Life Evan first came to the Advocacy office in 2002, and at that time he lived in the very worst area of the Downtown Eastside. He was truly a rough man with a matching attitude. He... Read More


An Advocacy Success Story: The Story of Dwayne

 Dwayne is a young man in his twenties.  He suffers from severe anxiety to the point that he could not be around others. He lives with his father but will go several days without really seeing his Dad. He was... Read More


The Advent Prayer Tree

It's Advent season soon!  Our Advent Prayer Tree will soon be up at the back of the church. Everyone is invited to write your prayer and hang it on the tree. The prayer cards are readiliy available.   Read More


Gift for Christmas

St. Paul's Advocacy Office has started its annual Give a Christmas Gift Program where you can buy a christmas gift for someone in need.  Each recipients are selected for their eligibility mostly are needy, disabled,... Read More


Advent through Prayer and Contemplation

ADVENT THROUGH PRAYER AND CONTEMPLATION   Advent is a time of preparation, a time of expectation as we prepare for the final return of Jesus and the remembrance of his birth, the Light of the World. Traditionally,... Read More


An Advocacy Success Story: The Story of Scott

The Story of Scott Scott is a middle aged man who suffered from PTSD and acute anxiety.When he first came to see us he was on regular assistance of $610 a month and receiving a special housing subsidy of $150.00 a... Read More


Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at St. Paul's

“Don’t think that if you had a great deal of time you would spend more of it in prayer. Get rid of that idea! God gives more in a moment than in a long period of time, for His actions are not measured by time at... Read More


Connecting the Ends

The Advocacy Office of St. Paul's is once again hosting its yearly event 'Connecting the Ends' along with First Baptist Church s part of Vancouver's Homelessness Action Week. Connecting the Ends is held at First... Read More