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Westminster Abbey, Mission

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Mission Religious Site
Westminster Abbey is a community of Benedictine monks in Mission, British Columbia, established in 1939 from the Abbey of Mount Angel, Oregon. The abbey is home to the Seminary of Christ the King and is a member of the Swiss American Congregation within the Benedictine Confederation.

The abbey's official name is the Abbey of Saint Joseph of Westminster; Saint Joseph is the abbey's patron saint. The abbey was designed by the firm of Gardiner, Thornton, Gathe and Associates.
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TripAdvisor
  • We arrived (4 friends) at 1 PM and although there was no signage at all as to where we should park or what path to take. We figured it out. How much trouble can you get in with gps on your phone? We f...  more »
  • Set on top of a quiet hill above Mission there is this magnificent cathedral with extraordinary stained glass windows. There are serene trails leading to a look out over the valley and rivers.  more »
  • We used our London Pass to get admission to this attraction and that put us in a shorter line to get in and we didn't need any additional cash. The self paced tour with voice guide was informative and...  more »
Google
  • It was a fabulous experience! The perfect place to reconnect with God almighty and a fresh start!
  • Peaceful setting. Private property so be calm, quiet and respectful. Beautiful architecture and a living working seminary. Beautiful view overlooking the Fraser River to the South. Parking is scarce so carpool if you are coming with friends.
  • A wonderful place for a retreat - filled with peace, quiet and grace.
  • One of the most beautiful places in all British Columbia!
  • This is a house of worship and education; not a business that we should sit here "reviewing." Shame on you Google for this nonsense.