Important Announcement:
Our Church is following BC Guidelines and our in-person services have been cancelled for now.
We gather "virtually" with a service Sundays at Four. Our Work in the Community continues. Needed more than ever during these challenging times.


Normally we hold Sunday morning services every Sunday morning! But now, until it is safe, we are meeting Sundays at Four. All are welcome to "zoom" with us.

The Bishop, and our Parish, have decided to extend this safety precaution at least until early May, due to the increase in the variants. Stay in touch, to find our our opening.

We urge everyone in our Community and beyond, to stay safe, to pray for others and to reach out in other ways to friends and neighbours.

We hope to congregate in person again soon, when it is safe to do so. Of course, when we are open, we observe all safety protocols to keep our Church members and our Community safe and well.For more information on our Covid Safety protocols, please view here. 




In this Time of Uncertainty...A prayer for you
Sarah's message for difficult times ... full text in the Blog

Merciful God,

In the stillness of our souls we listen for your voice to know again that you are God.  Quiet our restless hearts with the knowledge that you are near us, keeping watch over your own.  

Rekindle our faith and light the lamp of hope within our hearts.  Then take us by the hand into this day that lies ahead, for where you lead we can confidently go with Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

A Church Without Walls
Our small Island Community has many needs, especially at a time when we are facing a health and economic crisis. Throughout, we are helping helping those in need of spiritual solace, guidance, food and support. Our Church is here...for you.

At St. Margaret’s this year, like the rest of Canada and the World, it is ...

* a time of  reaching out, virtually, to friends and family, and in socially conscientious distancing.

* a time of reaching inward for serious reflection.

* a time of reaching to God for faith and strength in these difficult times.

The Church is open for services on Sundays and the Food Bank is open and providing service to our neighbours in need. We expect this need to increase. Please be generous in support of St. Margaret's. 


Helping our Church, Helping our Community
Donate online through Canada Helps

Your help, support and prayers are all important to us. Please support the Church and its work in the Community by simply clicking here

You can specify a gift to the Church for all its work, or a particular outreach in the Community: the Food Bank, the Cemetery, or Galiano Helps (a community Covid support initiative). 

Food Bank Ministry
Galiano Island's Food Bank is a Community Collaboration


St. Margaret of Scotland Church and the Galiano Food Programme of the Galiano Club are working collaboratively with volunteers to continue Galiano's Food Bank ministry.

In this time of crisis, help is particularly needed. Please give generously.