One of the great things about our community is that people here genuinely care about each other.
Whether it’s with one of our pastors or a gifted and trained member with a heart for others, there are people here who would love to walk alongside you. The primary way we care for people within our church is through our Community Groups and their leaders. We also provide care through our Care Team, and our Pastors.
We’ve made it easy for you to schedule a 30 minute meeting with a member of our pastoral team for spiritual care or direction.
Below you’ll find a variety of ways to receive care:
Our Care Team are compassionate women and men who have been equipped with the skills to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care. They meet with only one person at a time on a weekly basis to listen, care, encourage, and provide emotional and spiritual support when someone has a need. The caring relationship lasts as long as the person is in need of care.
You may just need a friend or be experiencing a difficult time in life. Whether you’re walking through grief or trying to figure out what to do next with your life — or something else altogether — members of our Care Team are available for you. To apply for care from a Care Team member please email our pastor, Preston Gordon. All applications are confidential.
Meet with a pastor
Pastoral appointments are available Monday-Thursday from 9am-4:30pm and on Sunday afternoons. If you want to receive spiritual care or direction, talk with or pray with a pastor, please call (604) 800-5308 to set up a time. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will contact you shortly.
When you’re in a crisis, the last thing you need to worry about is what to eat. That’s why individuals in our community have developed a meal team to prepare meals for those going through rough times. If you are in need of a meal or two, or more email email@example.com or call (604) 800-5308 and we will connect you with our meal team coordinator to arrange timing and dietary needs.
If you would like someone to sit with you during a hospital stay or simply someone to come and pray with you in your home, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (604) 800-5308. We will arrange for a care team member or pastor to visit you.
Births and Infant Baptism
Infant Baptism at St. Peter’s is a practice in which parents, godparents, and our community make a solemn commitment to raise their child in the faith: in knowing Jesus as the only hope for bringing reconciliation between God and humanity. Infant baptism is optional. If you’d like to baptize your child or lean more about why we baptize children, please email email@example.com.
When someone you love passes away you are not alone. We have pastors available to meet with you and/or officiate the service. Please contact us at (604) 800-5308.
Our Pastors are available to officiate your wedding ceremony. Our pastors require couples participate in pre-maritial counselling (which can take place within our community or with other options throughout Vancouver). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a meeting.
Looking for a counsellor? We have established relationships with trustworthy, Christ-centered counsellors throughout Vancouver. Our pastors are available to talk about your particular situation and give you a recommendation for a counsellor who might best fit your needs, please call us at (604) 800-5308 to set up an appointment.
For those in our community with basic urgent needs, it is our desire to help. Apply for assistance by emailing email@example.com.
Specialization: Identity, relational dynamics, trauma, cross-cultural issues
Burnaby Counselling Group
Kyla Moon and others
New Story Counselling
Julia Sterne, Michele Holding
Pacific Counselling Group
We want to help!
If you need to be connected to resources for care, need a referral, or would like to receive pastoral care or spiritual direction, our pastor, Lloyd Lee, would love to help.