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We are unable to offer in-person worship at this time, in compliance with orders from the provincial Office of Public Health. But please do join us online! Our live stream begins a few minutes before the 9:45 a.m. Sunday service. You can find our live stream at the top of this page or see current and archived services by clicking here.

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Active in Lynn Valley, North Vancouver for over a century
Do you want to explore a life of faith - for the first or fiftieth time? You are welcome here.

At St. Clement's, people from all walks of life support each each spiritually and socially so that we might better love God and our neighbour. A short introduction to our Anglican approach to faith and belief is right here.  Would you like information about baptisms, weddings, funerals or memorial services? Then we invite you to visit our Celebrating Milestones page. 

Our priest and deacon welcome general inquiries via their shared inbox right here, and individual contact information for both our clergy and lay leaders is on this pagePlease click here for some basic information to help first-time visitors. We hope to meet you soon!

"I have seen the Lord!"
Thought for the Week

Mary Magdalene is known as the "apostle to the apostles" - on Easter morning, she ran from the tomb to tell the disciples she had seen the risen Christ. Where will you see the Lord at work during the season of Eastertide? Who will you tell about it?

Lively Spirit magazine - Spring edition!

Please click here to read the springtime edition of Lively Spirit, St. Clement's new community magazine that celebrates the spirit at work out in our neighbourhood. 

You'll read about local pilgrims, people lending struggling moms a hand, an armchair bird watching expedition at Maplewood Flats, and lots of Easter and springtime arts, crafts and stories, too.

Please click below for current and previous editions of Lively Spirit.

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A prayer for Lynn Valley
After the tragedy of March 27


God of hope and love,

We lift to you hearts heavy with grief
as we mourn the loss of life
and the wounding of minds and bodies.

We entrust to your loving compassion
the aching spirits of this neighbourhood
knowing that you are with us, in life and in death.

Help us love our neighbours as ourselves
And be vessels of your kindness and mercy
On this day, and always, Amen.