Sunday Worship: every Sunday at 10 am. A contemporary service featuring prayer, a reflection, and lively music.
You can join worship in person at St. Andrew’s, or watch our live stream online. Click the play button below to be taken to our YouTube channel.
Jazz Vespers: last Sunday of the month at 4 pm. A delightful combination of reflection, prayer, poetry and jazz. By donation. Scroll to see a calendar of the artists.
Taizé: A contemplative, candle-lit service with beautiful music, Taizé songs, silences and prayer. Taizé services will resume in September, 2023.
Blessing of the Animals: St. Francis of Assisi, born in the 12th century, is the patron saint of animals and the environment. On St. Francis’s feast day, animals are blessed to celebrate his (and our) love of animals and all creation.
Remembrance Day Service
Blue Christmas: Sponsored by the Anglican and Lutheran churches in North Vancouver, and St. Andrew’s United Church. For many, the Christmas season is not necessarily a time of joy and peace. It could be a time of grieving and loss. The Blue Christmas service is for those who find themselves struggling. It is a quiet and thoughtful service that recognizes our pain and losses, remembers those whom we mourn this time of year and guides us toward the promise of new hope.
Longest Night of theYear: December 21 at 7 pm. Come and celebrate the beginning of a new period of increasing light and growth in your life (Yalda, in the Iranian tradition) with music, poetry and prayer.
Christmas Eve Candlelight Service: December 24 at 7 pm. Experience the joy of Christmas at a traditional service of lessons and carols in our candlelit Sanctuary. All are welcome!
Christmas Day (Family Christmas): December 25 at 10 am. Join us for a Christmas service tailored for families! Contemporary and upbeat, this celebratory service will be fun and fulfilling.
St. Andrew’s United Church is an open and affirming congregation where people are welcome regardless of race, class, economic background, or sexual orientation.
St. Andrew’s United Church gathers on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish Indigenous peoples. As people of faith, we commit to listen, to learn, and to work towards justice and reconciliation with our First Nations brothers and sisters.
1044 St. George’s Avenue, North Vancouver, BC V7L 3H6