Welcome to St. Paul's Anglican Church, 1130 Jervis Street (between Davie and Pendrell), Vancouver, British Columbia, V6E 2C7. Phone: 604.685.6832.
Whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on the journey of faith, you are welcome here.
Worship times are as follows:
The Labyrinth is open at 1130 Jervis Street, Vancouver, BC (between Davie and Pendrell Streets) at the following times.
The Advocacy Office is open at 1130 Jervis Street, Vancouver, BC (between Davie and Pendrell Streets) at the following times:
Our House is a group of people living together to follow a simple program aimed at freeing themselves from their addictions to alcohol and drugs. As part of their outreach to street people, members of Our House meet every Thursday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. in St. Paul’s Church Hall. All are welcome.
For further information write to Our House West Coast Society, 1130 Jervis Street, Vancouver V6E 2C7 or contact St. Paul's Anglican Church Office.
Norm Sharkey, founder and Program Director of “Our House West Coast Society” (Our House) has been circling the seawall on inline skates this summer; he is almost finished with less than 1000 km left to skate. Norm is skating to raise funds to buy a home for Our House and to raise awareness about addiction and the solution that Our House offers. Norm plans to cover roughly the distance of Canada – 5,350 kilometers – over the course of five months. He has already skated over 4225 kilometers. Please donate and offer a prayer for someone in our parish who feels called to help the most needy in our community. Donations to can be made by mail and tax receipts are issued for donations over 20 dollars. Mail to: Our House West Coast Society, 1130 Jervis Street, Vancouver, BC, V6E 2C7. You can also donate online at http://www.gofundme.com/wwwfacebookcomourhouse. You can follow Norm’s progress and link to the donation site through twitter @Wheels4Freedom, and through the Our House West Coast Society – Surrey Facebook page. If you have any questions, please contact our secretary, Lisa Myers, at 778-388-0135, or e-mail her at EnglishMyers@yahoo.com.
Johanna received her bachelor's degree from Vassar College (honours), her master's degree in performance from the Manhattan School of Music (Andrew Goodman Prize for excellence in clarinet), and a stipend for further studies at Yale at Norfolk. Johanna began her career in New York City performing with groups such as Dance Theater of Harlem, Bel Canto Opera, the Brooklyn Philharmonia Chamber Orchestra, The Group for Contemporary Music, The Queens Symphony and The Queens Symphony Woodwind Quintet.
Johanna is an excellent diagnostician and a sensitive musician who analyzes and corrects performance issues and nurtures the musicality of her students. Responding to each student's individual needs, goals and interests, she creates lesson plans that loosely follow the RCM syllabus. Under Johanna's guidance, those students who choose to take exams or auditions do extremely well. Johanna stresses proper technique with her beginning students so they will have a strong foundation to build on.
In addition to teaching at Place des Arts, Johanna directs and performs with the Kits Classics & Worlds Beyond chamber music series at St. James Hall. She is a member of the Vancouver Inter-cultural Orchestra and has premiered pieces by many local composers.
Johanna can be heard on the soundtrack of Trawna tuh Belvul (National Film Board of Canada) and on the CDs, L'ivresse de la vitesse (Diffusion/ Media) and The Last Arrow(Dream on Productions). She also plays solo music for group meditations and private functions.