Church HistorySquamish Community Church celebrated our 50th Anniversary in October of 2007: The church was originally named "Squamish Evangelistic Tabernacle" by our founding Pastor Rev. Jack York. Over the years the name changed again to Squamish Pentecostal Assembly and finally to Squamish Community Church. The church building has been at its current location since 1957. Although we have had a few renovations to the building it is still the building that was originally laid down for the purpose of honouring and glorifying God in Squamish.
Our Central Focuses
Looking for a Family Friendly ChurchWe are a church that respects and supports families. Further we strive to be a church that feels more like a family environment then that of a stale dry institution. Thus we would like to welcome you to come home to church.
Coming to church for children is often a tedious and boring event, at SCC the children often take part in the worship service by singing and dancing at the front of the church. This is often a natural expression of joy for a child what better way to allow them to enter into to Worshiping our God and King then to allow them to do what just comes natural. Depending on the service the children are released either part way through the worship service or at the end the children are encouraged to head downstairs for children's church.