About Us

"ego sum resurrectio et vita"

"I am the resurrection and the life" ~John 11:25~

Our Vision:   All those who believe in and follow Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour, may experience the love of God in His kingdom on earth and throughout eternity.

Our Mission:  To share the Gospel of Christ through the teaching of the word of God, sacramental worship, prayers, and examples of love, compassion, and respect.

We Are An Inclusive Church:   The Church of the Resurrection heartily welcomes all people regardless of diversities.  If you are searching for a group of friendly people to connect with and to belong to, feel free to visit our church on Sunday at 2:00 pm or contact us.  Newcomers to Canada are very welcome to build friendships with the church members based on integrity and respect. We can guide you to smoothly integrate with the new environment in Canada.

About the Church:  Beliefs & Practices

We continue in the historic Anglican expression of the Christian faith as the same has been transmitted to us through the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, the Creeds of the Church, and the Book of Common Prayer.  We are determined to continue in the catholic faith, apostolic order, orthodox worship, and evangelical witness of the historic Anglican church, with its traditional liturgy, music and patrimony.

The Anglican Catholic Church of Canada (ACCC)

To protect the catholic faith, apostolic order, orthodox worship, and evangelical witness of the historic Anglican church, with its traditional liturgy, music and patrimony, the ACCC was established in 1979 and constituted as a Province of the world-wide Traditional Anglican Communion in 1990. The ACCC has parishes and missions from Victoria, British Columbia to St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Our ways are ancient because the Faith is unchanging. We stand on the Rock of our faith — the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ — in the midst of the turbulent sea of an ever-changing world. We offer you this firm foundation in order that you may know Him who is the Way, the Truth and the Life; and the peace of God which passes man’s understanding.

We gather as people called by God to be faithful and obedient to Him. As the Royal Priestly People of God, the Church is called to be, in fact, the manifestation of Christ in and to the world. True religion is revealed to man by God. We cannot decide what truth is, but rather (in obedience) ought to receive, accept, cherish, defend and teach what God has given us. The Church is created by God, and is beyond the ultimate control of man.

The Church is the Body of Christ at work in the world. She is the society of the baptized called out from the world: In it, but not of it. As Christ’s faithful Bride, she is different from the world and must not be influenced by it.  We repudiate all deviation or departure from the Faith, in whole or in part, and bear witness to these essential principles of evangelical Truth and apostolic Order:

Holy Scriptures

The Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as the authentic record of God’s revelation of Himself, His saving activity, and moral demands — a revelation valid for all people and all time.

The Creeds

The Nicene Creed as the authoritative summary of the chief articles of the Christian Faith, together with the Apostles’ Creed, and that known as the Creed of Saint Athanasius to be “thoroughly received and believed” in the sense they have had always in the Church.


The received Tradition of the Church and its teachings as set forth by “the ancient catholic bishops and doctors,” and especially as defined by the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the undivided Church, to the exclusion of all errors, ancient and modern.


The Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Holy Matrimony, Holy Orders, Penance, and Unction of the Sick, as objective and effective signs of the continued presence and saving activity of Christ our Lord among His people and as His covenanted means for conveying His grace. In particular, we affirm the necessity of Baptism and the Holy Eucharist (where they may be had) — Baptism as incorporating us into Christ (with its completion in Confirmation asthe “seal of the Holy Spirit”), and the Holy Eucharist as the sacrifice which unites us to the all-sufficient Sacrifice of Christ on the Cross and the Sacrament in which He feeds us with His Body and Blood.

Holy Orders

The Holy Orders of bishops, priests and deacons as the perpetuation of Christ’s gift of apostolic ministry to His Church, asserting the necessity of a bishop of apostolic succession (or a priest ordained by such) as the celebrant of the Eucharist — these Orders consisting exclusively of men in accordance with Christ’s will and institution (as evidenced by the Scriptures), and the universal practice of the catholic Church.

Unity with Other Believers

We declare our firm intention to seek and achieve full sacramental communion and visible unity with other Christians who “worship the Trinity in Unity, and Unity in Trinity,” and who hold the Catholic and Apostolic Faith in accordance with the foregoing principles.

Sanctity of Human Life

Every human being, from the time of his conception, is a creature and child of God, made in His image and likeness, an infinitely precious soul; and that the unjustifiable or inexcusable taking of life is always sinful.

Family Life

The God-given sacramental bond in marriage between one man and one woman is God’s loving provision for procreation and family life, and sexual activity is to be practised only within the bonds of Holy Matrimony.

Man and God’s Grace

We recognize, too, that God loves His children and particularly has shown it forth in the redemptive work of our Lord Jesus Christ, and that man cannot be saved by any effort of his own, but by the Grace of God, through repentance and acceptance of God’s forgiveness.

Christian’s Duty to be Moral

We believe, therefore, it is the duty of the Church and her members to bear witness to Christian Morality, to follow it in their lives, and to reject the false standards of the world.

The Book of Common Prayer

The Book of Common Prayer (Canada) 1962 is used in all services in the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada. For us, no other standard for worship exists.  Only the Book of Common Prayer and service books conforming to and incorporating it and approved by the Bishop Ordinary are permitted to be used.