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The Rev. James Duckett, priest-in-charge

telephone blue604.685.6832 ext 14
emailSend an email to priest-in-charge@stpaulsanglican.bc.ca.

As someone who grew up in BC (Powell River) and did the first part of his university education in the city of Vancouver, James is thrilled to be returning–and bringing his new family with him. His wife Sacha works as a social worker and their two-year-old daughter Eleanor is happy to be in a French daycare so she can maintain the French she learned in Montreal, where she was born, and where her parents met and were married, after spending more than a decade there. Sacha is from Toronto so there will be some challenging discussions come playoff season–but only if the Canucks, Habs, and Maple Leafs make the playoffs–unlikely.

James has been deeply involved in church for a long time, but has only been ordained relatively recently. He joins the Anglican church professionally after having spent the last decade involved in education, teaching a wide variety of high school subjects in a number of different schools in the Montreal area. He is looking forward to meeting you all and introducing you to his family.

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The Rev. Dr. Alain-Michel Rocheleau,assistant priest

telephone blue604.512.8474

emailSend an email to asstpriest@stpaulsanglican.bc.ca.

The Reverend Alain-Michel Rocheleau studied Theology (Doctorate and Master in Practical Theology, Baccalaureate in Theology), Social Work (Master in Social Work), and Theatre (Doctorate and Master in Theatre) at Université Laval (Québec), and graduated from Vancouver School of Theology (VST) in 2011. Alain-Michel teaches French Theatre, French Cinema, and French Literature at the University of  British Columbia (UBC) since 1992. He served at St. Helen’s Anglican Church (West Point Grey), as Honorary Assistant Priest, from March 2013 to March 2015. He is currently Anglican Chaplain to College and University Students in our Diocese, and Assistant to the Rector here at St. Paul’s (Vancouver).