Activities & Attractions
Christ Church Historic Site
Christ Church (Anglican) is the oldest church in the lower mainland of British Columbia and continues to hold regular church services. It is officially a National Historic Site of Canada. The church was founded by Rev. Alexander St. David Francis Pringle in 1861. Two years earlier, he founded the first library in the lower mainland. The Church is a beautifully crafted, Gothic Revival style structure located at 680 Fraser Street. The building is composed of nave and chancel sections with a side entrance porch covered by a gable roof.