We are an extravagantly welcoming, inclusive and active community of faith.
Everyone - and we mean EVERYONE - is welcome in this home
Cordova Bay United Church is governed by a church council made up of an executive and chairs from church committees.
Chair – Bill Walker
Vice-chair – Bill Bey
Secretary – Sue Christenson
Treasurer – Miranda Andersen
Minister – Rev. Bill Cantelon
Minister for Children, Youth and Young Adults – Nancy Walker
Caring – provides care and support for church members, especially those with special needs or who are isolated.
Carrot Seed – governs the Carrot Seed Preschool, which has been operating since 1988.
Children, Youth and Young Adults – responsible for building and supporting children, youth and young adults in their Christian faith, leadership development and growth.
Ministry and Personnel —responsible for supporting, overseeing, and supervising our ministry personnel and lay staff.
Outreach – supports and encourages change and outreach in this community and internationally.
Property – manages the church building and property
Stewardship – helps the church fulfill its mission and ministry through a year-round, ongoing stewardship program.
Trustees – the formal body that legally holds the property for the use and benefit of the congregation.
Highlights of the church activities and accomplishments over the last year.
Monday to Thursday
9am - 2pm
Telephone: (250) 658-5911
Address: 813 Claremont Avenue
Victoria, BC, V8Y1J9
We acknowledge that for thousands of years Indigenous people have lived on the land upon which we worship and we gratefully acknowledge the Coast Salish people and their stewardship of the land throughout the ages.
Join us on Saturday, May 25th from 10 am - 2 pm for our Annual Country Fair and Garage Sale. Home baking, books, clothing, linens, crafts, household items, plants and toys.
Come and enjoy home baked pie, Strawberry shortcake, hotdogs, and much more. A family fun day!
Join us on Sunday, June 9 at 7 pm at Cordova Bay United for a fundraising and awareness event to support an end to global hunger.
Stay with Us: A cantata for the Easter Season based on the Emmaus Walk Story. Lyrics by Walter Farquharson, Music by Ron Klusmeier
There are no tickets for this event, but attendees will be asked to make a donation to support ending global hunger. Canadian Foodgrains Bank will receive 100% of the the donations.
Leslie Moffat is the successful candidate for our Summer Program Assistant position. Leslie will be working June 3 - Aug 30 providing vacation office relief, help with the Children, Youth and Young Adult Program and other projects. Welcome Leslie!