Quotation of the month

We wish to express directly to our Muslim neighbors

in Quebec

our grief and repugnance at this brutal act of violence

against another community of faith, and one in the midst of prayer.

When one is attacked, we are all attacked,

and our whole society is diminished.” -

Anglican Coadjutor Bishop Bruce Myers of Quebec and Anglican Bishop Mary Irwin-Gibson of Montreal


You are warmly invited to worship with us at St. Clement's.

The main worship on Sunday mornings at 9:45 a.m. is a contemporary eucharist or holy communion in the Anglican style. We sing a lively mixture of new and traditional favourite hymns that fit the theme of the bible texts for the day. Our sermons are based on the Bible text and applied to how we live in today's complex world. We are reverent and relaxed, not formal. We work to have worship give voice to our praise of God, our gratitude for the gift of life, and to our human struggles as we respond to a loving God.

As Anglicans, we encourage intelligent inquiry into our faith, not requiring agreement on a set of beliefts but acknowledging we are on a journey together to discover God's presence in the holiness and messiness of life.

We are a mix of ages and stages of life.  Children are welcome in our worship.  We have a nursery available as well as our regular Children's program "GODLY PLAY", Montessori based Biblical Story Telling with trained teachers for school-aged children and youth.

If you would like to meet with Lynne McNaughton, priest at St. Clements, call her at 604-780-1420... to talk about your spiritual journey.




We worship Sunday mornings at 9:45 a.m.

includes program for Children and Youth


A Pastoral Letter to The Anglican Church of Canada

Please click HERE to read


Mystic Prayer Series:

Read Poster now for details

 Lenten book study

A Lenten Study/ Discussion Group

Richard Rohr Falling Upward:

A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life

 Six sessions Monday Evenings. 6 March – 10 April 7:00 – 8:30 PM At: St. Clement’s Anglican* 

Join us for a Lenten reflection and discussion on this cogent and marvelous book that explores our Journey into God

by considering the spirituality of the second half of life in relation to the developmental tasks and issues of the first half.

Facilitators: Jim Berger, Gloria Dei Lutheran

                   Peggy Trendell-Jensen, St. Clement’s Anglican

*3400 Institute Road, North Vancouver


NEW Refugee Update under "Missions & Outreach"

Please look at our latest calendar to see our upcoming events. Lots happening!

There's a “Parent's Room” at the back of the church where you can see and hear the service.


The Transfiguration of our Lord - February 26, 2017 

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