Past Events

Baptism and Membership

On October 8th, Thanksgiving Sunday, there will be an opportunity to be baptized or transfer your membership to BPGC. If you’re interested in being baptized or transferring your membership, please talk to Pastor Ryan for more information.

Bump-a-Friend Photo Contest

  Did you take photos during Bump-a-Friend Day? If so, submit your best picture for a chance to win a prize! Send your submissions to Photos are due by September 24, 2017. Winners will be announced on October 1, 2017.

BPGC Bump a Friend Day

UPDATE: Bump-a-Friend Day is next Sunday! It will occur rain or shine. Please remember that this is a picnic in the park, and we will be on a grassy field. To prepare for the day, we have created a list of items for you to bring to enhance your experience at the picnic. Location: Burnaby…

YAM Equip Night

On September 8th we will be having a YAM Equip event at South Vancouver Pacific Grace with Keith Reed. The theme will be, “Add Oil: Fill Yourself Up so You can Fill Up Others”. The event will start 7:00 pm. Please see Pastor Ryan for more information.

Surrey Refugee Center Visit

On Aug 25 we will be heading to the Surrey Welcome Center from 7 to 9 pm. It will be a time of sharing and growth as we hear about their work helping refugees. All are invited.

Fire Drill

Please note that BPGC will be holding a fire drill on August 20 during EM Sunday school time.

King’s Table

On August 13th after EM Sunday School, we will have our next King’s Table communal meal. All funds raised will go to Mennonite Disaster Service to help all those in BC affected by wildfires this summer.

Willingdon School of the Bible

The Gospel According to Moses: Rediscovering Grace in the Book of Deuteronomy will be held from July 31st to August 5th. There is a registration free of $150. Register at The registration deadline is July 26th.

James Fellowship Kick Off BBQ

James fellowship (grades 10-12) will be having a BBQ at the home of Amina to kick off the new fellowship. Please RSVP with Pastor Ryan or Amina if you plan on attending.

Syrian Refugee Education, “Keep-Up-Catch-Up” School

According to the Human Rights Watch, there are 1.5 million school aged Syrian refugee children living in Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon but approximately half of them do not have access to formal education. Barriers such as child labor, enrollment requirements, language difficulties, and a lack of affordable transportation are keeping children out of the classroom.…