We Worship Sundays at 4pm

We livestream from the Church on YouTube and Facebook at 4pm. 

The bulletin can be found here.

In-person worship is suspended until at least December 7th. 

We will continue to livestream and will also offer virtual opportunities for connection and check-in.

AbbeyKids will be meeting at 9:30am on Sundays for Advent with Zoom. Email us for the zoom link.

Christmas Eve

[Subject to change due to Provincial Health Orders or other precautions]

1pm - outdoor, socially-distanced telling of the Christmas story with readings and song at 600 Richmond.

4pm - socially-distanced Christmas Eve communion - this worship requires pre-registration so we can keep under our numbers - email [email protected] to register.

[There will be no worship December 25th or 27 - we'll return January 3 2021]

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The Emmaus Community and AbbeyChurch friends continue to meet for morning prayer each weekday (7:45am). For Advent we are planning a Monday evening Lectio and Wednesday evening Traditional Compline - both offered on Zoom, until we can gather in person agaion.

For more information on how to join us, please email [email protected].

Liturgies and psalter are posted on this website as well.


Welcome to the AbbeyChurch where all are welcomed at Jesus' table. 

Come as you are.

We are an intergeneratonal worshipping community of ragamuffins & misfits, saints and sinners who seek to be led by God's Spirit into lives of prayer, presence (with God, each other and our neighbourhoods) and simplicity.

We are a ministry of the Emmaus Community, a neo-monastic intentional community - and we are a shared ministry of the Anglican Church of Canada and the United Church of Canada in are in full communion with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. We regularly partner with Wild Church Victoria to do outdoor-themed worship.

You are beloved. Come as you are.

A Witness to Unity in Christ
Ecumenical Shared Ministry

As a witness of Christian unity, we made an intentional decision to be a shared ministry of the Pacific Mountain Region of the The United Church of Canada and The Anglican Diocese of BC

We are grateful to the United Church for support from the Leadershift Chuch Planting Project, ProVision Fund and the New Ministries Initiative and to the Anglican Diocese of BC for ongoing support.

Though rooted in these traditions, we welcome seekers, sinners and saints of all stripes.