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St. Clement's is part of the Anglican Church of Canada, which is in turn part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The Anglican church holds many things in common, while leaving space for different understandings and for self-governance on a number of issues within national and diocesan boundaries.  


We are part of the Diocese of New Westminster, which stretches from the Sunshine Coast to Hope. You can learn more about local Anglican churches, issues and events on the diocesan website.


Even more locally, we are part of the North Vancouver Anglican and Lutheran Region, a coalition of five Anglican and two Lutheran churches in North Vancouver. We work, play and pray together, and undertake joint outreach projects such as refugee sponsorship. Learn more here or in the page at left.  


Kairos Canada is the ecumenical social justice and environmental ministry of the Anglican Church.


The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) is a fantastic Anglican aid organization, with low administration costs due to a strong volunteer base and on-the-ground local connections through the church around the world. 


Salal & Cedar Watershed Discipleship Community (Coast Salish territory) helps Christians and others grow in love of place and commitment to eco-justice.

It is a church plant/watershed discipleship community for Christians in and around Vancouver who:
• have a heart for creation
• feel most connected to God in ocean, forest, river and field
• are deeply concerned about global climate change
• want to bring their faith to work for ecological justice
• are environmental activists but keep their faith quiet
• believe racial justice, economic justice and environmental justice are connected

Rooted in the Anglican incarnational theology, we are part of a growing commitment to the Fifth Mark of Mission ‘to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.’

Ecumenically we identify with the Watershed Discipleship Movement: communities that are asking, ‘what does it mean to be a follower of the Jesus Way here, among the land, water, creatures and people of a particular place?’”

The Coordinator is the Reverend Laurel Dykstra. Laurel was inducted as ordained leader of this shared ministry by Bishop Skelton, September21, 2015.



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