Programs and Group Information

Anglican Church Women

Patron: The Bishop of the Diocese of New Westminster

Headquarters: W.A. Memorial House, 334 – West 14th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V5Y 1X4

The A.C.W. is a community of Anglican Church Women gathered together in Christian service to support and promote the total mission of the church through prayer, work and stewardship. Our purpose is achieved through inspirational and informative programs which are offered at both the parish and diocesan meetings of the A.C.W. In addition to parish concerns, support is given by the members of the A.C.W. to many worthwhile causes.

Membership is open to all women of the Anglican Church who accept the purposes and by-laws of the A.C.W. and who make an annual contribution to the A.C.W. Diocesan budget, either through a local A.C.W. Parish Group, or, where no such group exists, directly to the Treasurer of the A.C.W. Diocesan Board.

St John the Apostle Port Moody Anglican Church Women

President: Ann Adair Austin
Vice President:Brenda Binns
Secretary: Joan Scott
Treasurer:Antoinette Woodman
Meetings: 3rd Thursday each month at 7:15 PM.

St John’s ACW was established in 1899 and has met continually since.

Education for Ministry

EFM is a program of theological education by extension for lay people. The program combines text materials and a process of theological reflection that enables participants to integrate their life and experience with their academic learning. St John’s group meets on Tuesday evenings. For information speak to one of the Mentors: Anne Anchor or Trudi Shaw. To contact the mentors email

Education for Ministry National Web Site

Bible Study


Every Tuesday, year-round, this group meets in the Parish Ministry Centre (next to the church), at 10:15 a.m.We study different books of the Bible; we have book studies; we watch movies; we connect and discuss.We encourage an open mind and a willingness to offer your questions and points of view.

All are welcome!

Music Ministry

Our Director of Music is LaRee Mohr

The adult choir sings every week except in the summer. A wide variety of traditional and contemporary music, service music and anthems are offered. New members are welcome at any time. Please contact the church for choir practice dates and times.

Please contact the Church for more information about the Choir, or email


We gather once a month for breakfast and friendly discussion.  We get together in good part just to get to know each other.

We are also looking at the possibility of some more focused discussions, and we have contributed to parish life by taking on certain practical projects like the repair of the stage in the parish hall.

Check with the parish office (604-936-7762)about the date and time of the next men’s gathering.

Food Bank

St. John’s Family Food Bank bank is held  on the first and third Thursday each month. Doors open and registration begins at 10:30am.

Your contributions of non-perishable food items are welcome and are offered at the Altar along with our gifts of Bread and Wine. Donations may also be sent to St John’s Church.

Families living in the Tri-Cities area are eligible to attend the food bank, please bring identification to register.

Each year at Christmas the congregation purchases a gift for each child which is presented at the annual Christmas dinner.

Church School

There is a Church School program for all children ages 3 to 11 inclusive, every Sunday at 10am.

The Nursery

There is a well equipped nursery for infants and small children beside the sanctuary. It is connected to the church through an audio system so parents staying in the nursery can hear the service.

Children and Communion

Baptized children of all ages are encouraged to receive holy communion and resources are provided for them to learn and grow in their understanding of the sacrament.