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Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 70 reviews on the web
Open Doors, Open Hearts, Open Minds

An inclusive community of disciples of Jesus Christ serving God in downtown Vancouver

Sunday Eucharist: 8:00 am | 10:30 am | 5:30pm

Sunday Compline: 9:30pm (January-November)

Weekday Eucharist:

12:10pm (Monday-Friday)

7:30am (Thursday)

9:10am (Saturday)
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  • Just a few more weeks of scaffolding and you'll be able to see a very impressive cathedral with nice outside grounds and a great stained-glass interior. Had a friendly volunteer to give us as much inf...  read more »
  • I visited on a Saturday and was told it was closed. Only open Mon-Fri. They boast on their website of their Open House policy and inclusivity. I didn't see any sign of it. Not very Christian. 
  • Whilst on a coach traveling to Capilano Suspension Bridge the informative driver, as part of her narrative, recommended a visit to the Cathedral in part to see the beautiful interior. The building is ...  read more »
  • What a beautiful and peaceful place. I was so moved by their message of acceptance and tolerance. We were greeted by two wonderful ladies who allowed us to photograph this magnificent building.
  • While I did not attend Services here I did get a great tour buy a very knowledgeable person. It was a Sunday between services, we walked up to the door and immediately greeted and asked if we wanted to her which of course we did.
  • Lovely spot for quiet prayer or meditation in the middle of a hectic day. Smaller and more intimate feeling inside than in a typical cathedral.
  • If you've had a stressful week and you need to start fresh or if you are visiting and want to see a bit of a cathedral with a westcoast spin I suggest going here, specifically for the gregorian chants on Sunday nights (Compline) it's a beautiful setting, very peaceful. No need to be Anglican. Unfortunately they're presently doing mass renovations but that aside, a beautiful westcoast church and a very cool experience if you've never done it (it's only a half hour)
  • I'm being transfered to Vancouver and looking to attend services. Your site was very informative, user friendly. look forward to visiting in person.
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