Churches

Vancouver, Canada

As a congregation, we are committed, under God, to the faithful preaching of the gospel for the salvation of sinners and the sanctification of the saints ultimately to the glory of God and the Lord Jesus Christ. “Always Preaching Christ” is our motto after the manner of the apostles
(1 Corinthians 1:23).

The history of the Vancouver congregation goes back to 1916 when Rev. Donald Beaton [of the Free Presbyterian Church (FPC), Scotland] was invited by Mr. Hugh Mackay and several other Scottish immigrants to come to Vancouver and conduct services.

In 1922, the Vancouver congregation was formed. Mr. Donald Matheson (a lay missionary) and Mr. Hugh Mackay (elder) sustained the congregation and took the services (1922-1928). Between 1922 and 1952, pulpit supply and other ministerial functions were provided by ministers from Scotland.

Previous ministers include: Rev. Dr. MacDonald, a former medical missionary to Zimbabwe (1952-1970); Rev. Douglas Beattie (Cir. 1975-2002); Rev. Jerold Lewis (2002-2006), and Rev. Fletcher Matandika (2008-2016). 

In 2017, Rev. Norman Van Eeden Petersman began his ministry in the Vancouver congregation. 

You can hear sermons from Vancouver APC HERE

Website:  Vancouver APC

The congregation has recently moved and is now meeting at:

Cityview Baptist Church
4370 Sophia Street
Vancouver, BC V5V 3V6

Lord’s Day Service Times:
First Service: 2:00 pm
Second Service: 4:00 pm

Wednesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study: 7:00 pm

For contact information, address and service time, click here >>

Local Information

Vancouver, is a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British ColumbiaCanada. The 2011 census recorded 603,502 people in the city, making it the eighth largest Canadian municipality.[1] The Greater Vancouver area of around 2.4 million inhabitants is the third most populous metropolitan area in the country[1] and the most populous in Western Canada. Vancouver is one of the most ethnicallyand linguistically diverse cities in Canada; 52% of its residents have a first language other than English…(from Wikipedia)