We are an inclusive Christian church, rooted in the Anglican tradition. On Sundays we gather to worship God through prayer and music. We actively serve our neighbours, especially the homeless, underhoused, and marginalized. We acknowledge that we gather on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded land of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh nations. Whoever you are, you are welcome here.
The Anglican Church is a community of worshiping Christians, with more than 70 million members around the world. In Canada our church is called the Anglican Church of Canada. In other countries, it is known as the Church of England or Episcopal Church.
The Anglican Church is divided into regional groupings called “dioceses”. Each diocese has its own bishop (or bishops), who have the overall responsibility for the spiritual well-being and administration of the churches, or "parishes", within the area.
St. Helen's West Point Grey is a parish of the Diocese of New Westminster, which encompasses over 70 churches across the Lower Mainland. The diocese is led by Bishop John Stephens.