St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church (Vancouver, B.C.)

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St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church (Vancouver, B.C.)

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Dates of existence

1888-1925

History

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church was organized in 1888, with the support of First Presbyterian Church, which had been organized in 1885.
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian was to serve the west side of Vancouver. A small church was built and opened in July 1888. The first minister was Rev. E.D. McLaren. Within a year, the congregation had outgrown the first building, and a new church on Georgia and Richards was opened and dedicated in May 1890. In 1904, a Sunday school building was opened, and in 1906, the church building was enlarged.
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian voted to enter Church Union in 1925, and was the site on June 10, 1925 of the service of celebration of union for The United Church of Canada in B.C.

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United Church of Canada British Columbia Conference Archives

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Created August 17, 2017

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