Welcome

Welcome to Jubilee United Church, a Congregation of The United Church of Canada.


Jubilee UC and its congregational members are witnesses for Christ in the Heart of the Lower Mainland; disciples who are committed to following His way.

Sunday School happens every Sunday morning at 9:30 am (PDT). Contact Debra (via the office) for more information on how to connect.

We have returned to in-person worship on Sunday’s at 10:30 am. Online services will continue See more information here.

The office is open

The Thrift Shop is open until the end of June on Thursdays from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Donations are gratefully received during office hours. Please do not leave donations outside the doors. We do not take furniture. Thank you for your support!

The community lunch will not be restarting at this time. We will continue to evaluate this ministry and its safety.

The Greater Vancouver Food bank has moved their distribution to the Warehouse at 9345 Winston Street in Burnaby. For more information about the Foodbank, please call 604-876-3601. There is also a community hub at Burnaby Neighbourhood House at 5024 Rumble St. They are open Wednesday and Thursday.

Worship happens every Sunday morning at 10:30 am (PDT) – all are welcome! And we mean that:

No matter how great or little you feel your faith is, no matter if it is your first time coming to church, or you have been raised here, no matter what it is that you think keeps you from being welcomed, you are welcome here.  It doesn’t matter what your skin colour, your culture, your race, your marital or economic status, ability or differing ability, your sexual orientation or your gender identity, Jubilee United Church welcomes the diversity of all who come to find God and recognizes that it is God who welcomes us all to be part of God’s family.

Our Lead Minister The Rev. Graham K. Brownmiller is currently on Medical Leave and unable to respond to messages. Please contact the office for any and all needs.


We gratefully acknowledge that we are located on the shared, ancestral and unceded territories of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ and Sḵwxw̱ú7mesh speaking peoples. We equally respect all nations who share history in what we call Burnaby.