St. Hilda's By the Sea, Sechelt

A Living Invitation to All to Connect to the Divine

St. Hilda's By the Sea, Sechelt


Whoever you are, and wherever you find yourself in your journey of faith, you will find a place at our table at St. Hilda’s Anglican Church. Come as you are. There are many ways and there is no one particular way to be a part of this vibrant community. Join us today with an open mind, and be prepared to discover a home for your spirit that is inclusive, incarnational, and joyful.

Whether you are a life-long Anglican, new to the church, or just wondering what role faith might play in your life, please know that you are most welcome here.


St. Hilda’s, situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Shíshálh First Nation, is a member of the Anglican Church of Canada and the worldwide Anglican Communion. As a community, we welcome and celebrate human diversity - including spirituality, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and abilities. We aim to create a space where people of any faith or none can question and discover the sacred in life through openness, struggle, laughter and prayer, lived out through a common commitment to be in solidarity with the poor and marginalized, and to cherish Creation.


If you know the brokenness of life, its fractures within and its division without, then you have participated in the broken body of Christ and you are invited to share in the breaking of bread.

If you desire to know the love of God that overcomes indifference and despair, if you desire the reconciliation that overcomes estrangement and alienation, then you are invited to share the cup of the new covenant.




St. Hilda's Remediation Update March 2018

For those of you following the St. Hilda's, Sechelt building remediation project, progress is being made. There are plans for a big concrete pour on Monday, March 5. The framing of the new buttress wall and expanded... Read More


St. Hilda's Update

For those of you following the story of the building remediation of St. Hilda’s, Sechelt (main story, centerspread pages of the January issue of Topic and the follow-up below the fold on page 10 of the February... Read More