Welcome to the parish community! We’re so glad you’ve decided to join us. If you haven’t already, say hi to our parish priest, Father Anthony Ho. He would love to meet you.
Doors are usually open early before Mass starts, Confessions are heard 20 min. before all the weekend Masses and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy is prayed 10 min. before the weekend Masses. We have various ministries and faith formation programs available in the parish so please don’t hesitate to ask Father Anthony about ways to get connected. Father Anthony can be reached by email: [email protected]
Here at St. John the Apostle we want to love God, to love one another, and to make the name of Jesus known.
If you have been attending the parish for a while but have not yet registered, please take a moment to register. This allows us to have your important information kept securely in our database so that we can send you your yearly tax receipts, as well as give you the opportunity to manage your mail and giving preferences.
20 minutes before all weekend Masses and 15 minutes before all weekday morning Masses
Confession can also be scheduled by appointment
Saturday at 4:00 pm (Cantonese)
Saturday at 5:30 pm
Sunday at 9:00 am, 11:00 am, and 6:00 pm
9 am Mass Celebrant: Fr. Peter Chiang
9 am Mass Homilist: Fr. Peter Chiang (1st & 3rd Sunday) and Fr. Anthony Ho (2nd & 4th Sunday)
Monday thru Saturday 8:00 am
Public Holiday 9:00 am
Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Emergency Sick Call (anytime): 604-729-7638
We believe in Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is the Son of God, sent to mankind by the Father, so...
Maybe you’ve attended Mass with us for a while, or maybe you’ve just met a Catholic and you were...
If you have never been to Mass before, or if you haven’t gone in a long time, we are excited to have you join us as we celebrate and worship together.
We understand that it may feel foreign at first, and that some parts might seem confusing. The last thing we would want is for you to feel unwelcome during the service, so we have created a little guide for you to help you understand the liturgy a little better.