The ‘other’ Anglican church

A group of traditional Anglicans departed and started the Anglican Church of the Resurrection

Many people here are unaware that there is another Anglican church in Hope.

In 2006, when the Anglican Church of Canada was straying from gospel teaching and the roots of Anglicanism in Canada, a group of traditional Anglicans departed and started the Anglican Church of the Resurrection, now situated at 345 Raab Street, just over the tracks from Grace Baptist Church.

The Anglican Church of the Resurrection was the first church in the newly-formed Anglican Network in Canada, comprised of Anglican congregations across the nation that wanted to keep their traditional roots.

We share a building with Webco Industries and AdvantageHOPE.

We meet on Sundays for worship at 10 a.m., and twice a month, we have Deacon (Reverend) Don Gardner come to Hope to lead our services.

We meet at the church each Sunday night at 6 p.m. for Bible study, and each month, our Deacon leads a service at Fraser Hope Lodge.

We’d be delighted to have you join us for any of these activities.

Linda McMullan

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