For over 100 years, West Point Grey United Church has been serving the needs of people in the local community, Vancouver, and the world by reaching out with their hearts and support in a variety of ways.  Among other things, we are currently helping to sponsor two Tibetan refugee women, support the work of First United Mission in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, reach out as neighbours to the ethnic community by providing ESL classes and intercultural gatherings, participate in the reconciliation work of building bridges with our Aboriginal brothers and sisters, and donate financially to world relief situations like the Ebola Crisis in Africa.  We invite you to join us in this and other work of justice and peace.  For more information, please contact the church office at 604-224-4388 or make a financial contribution by going to the 'Giving' page of this website.

Upcoming Events

World Water Day

Thursday, March 22, 2018


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Congratulations to the Al Zaza family

On Thursday, March 8th, our Syrian friends, the Al Zaza family welcomed a new addition to their midst - little Lana.  Our prayers and best wishes are with them.  That makes 6 girls!! Read More

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Palestinian Refugees - Dignity Is Priceless

The global #DignityIsPriceless campaign seeks to uphold the rights and dignity of Palestinian refugees in light of dramatic reductions to the funding of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine... Read More

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Socks! Thanks to our Chinese Community

For over 15 years, West Point Grey United Church has committed to providing a minimum of 3,000 pairs of new socks to the Footcare Program at First United Mission for the homeless in the Downtown Eastside... Read More


Rev. Bob Burrows and the Dugout - 50th Anniversary

Rev. Bob Burrows can still be found handing out hot coffee and soup to residents of the Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, 50 years after he had the idea to open The Dugout. The Dugout, located on Powell Street and open... Read More

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Royhinga Crisis

Rohingya people—as many as 900,000 by some estimates—are fleeing to Bangladesh, one of the poorest nations in the world, with little capacity to respond to their needs and numbers. The United Church works with... Read More


Disaster Relief

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria left communities devastated in the Caribbean and the US. Two major earthquakes in Mexico killed hundreds and caused major destruction. These disasters call on those affected to draw... Read More