We are called to be a people of action, seeking justice for those at the margins of our society, sharing the good news with our neighbours, and regularly serving our communities.
At St. John the Divine, we invite you to join us as we serve together.
Help make casseroles to stock the freezer for the Alliance Club drop-in centre and feed local street youth.
Uniting women in fellowship of worship, study and stewardship which will deepen and strengthen their own spiritual lives and which will lead them into Christian service everywhere.
An art and spirituality group that meets weekly. Art experience is not necessary!
After the 10 am service, join us in the church hall for coffee and tea.
Prayers and love are knit into every stitch.
Feeding our neighbours.
St. John the Divine is proud to support Victoria's Generous Space Group which provides a safe space for those who are LGBTQ+ and Christian.
An opportunity to receive prayer for healing through the laying on of hands.
Monday nights from November to April, St. John the Divine hosts the Out of the Rain night shelter for street people in the downtown area.
The pastoral care team at St. John the Divine is made up of trained clergy and lay members of the congregation and provides visitation at home or in the hospital.
St. John the Divine is proud to support PFLAG Victoria, a community of and welcome LGBTIQQTSA persons of all ages. LGBTIQQTSA stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning, two spirit, and allies.
St. John the Divine's annual Pride celebrations.
PWRDF is the way the Anglican Church of Canada can resource additional priority community development programs in Africa, other countries of the global south, and in first nations communities in Canada. Mother-child health, food security and water comprise PWRDF’s principal sectors of intervention.
Working together with First Metropolitan United Church to sponsor refugees through the Canadian government’s Privately Sponsored Refugee Program.
Responsible for the operations of St. John's Court, a low cost seniors' housing enterprise next door to the church.