Christ Church Cathedral serves as the second cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster within the Anglican Church of Canada. In 1895, the construction committee was established to raise funds for the building and was dedicated to serving the community. The mission of the Cathedral is embodied in its diverse and varied ways, reflecting the unique individuals who consider this place their spiritual home. It strives to become a barrier-breaking community of reconciliation, acknowledging its history and traditions while seeking spiritual renewal and growth in both depth and size. Built-in the Gothic Style, Christ Church Cathedral has undergone renovations over the years, including the addition of the Casavant organ, Celtic cross, and icon-triptych. Visitors and people alike have marvelled at the church's historical construction achievements. As a place of welcome and inclusion, Christ Church Cathedral extends its ministry to all who have experienced the brokenness of life, seek a connection with Christ, and pursue a relationship with God in this rapidly changing era.
Sun: 8am | 10:30am | 1:30pm & 8pm
Mon-Fri: 9:30am & 12:15pm