Loving, Evolving, Affirming

 

Oak Bay United Church in Victoria BC, Canada

 

Church Office and Mailing Address
1355 Mitchell Street
Victoria BC V8S 4P9
CANADA

Office Hours are Tues – Fri, 9am – 3pm

Sunday Worship & Song 10-11:15am

The church office is closed on Statutory Holidays.

T: +1 250 598 5021
E: admin@oakbayunitedchurch.ca

Oak Bay United Church Sanctuary and Community Hall is located on the corner of Granite & Mitchell Streets, with the Church Office in the white house located behind the main church building.

Oak Bay United is wheelchair and stroller accessible, and has elevator access to the Sanctuary via the ground level entrance to the left of the main curved stairs at the front of the church building.

Please park in the church parking lot for all services and events at Oak Bay United.

 
 
 
 

Church and Staff Directory


Rev. Michelle Slater, Minister of Word, Sacrament and Pastoral Care
E: thesebootsaremadeforpreaching@oakbayunitedchurch.ca
T: 250-598-5021 ext. 204

Amy van Wensem, Music Ministry
E: freethesong@oakbayunitedchurch.ca
T: 250– 869-7629

Tressa Brotsky, Children and Family Ministry Coordinator
E: lovemakesafamily@oakbayunitedchurch.ca
T: 250-598-5021 ext. 203

Zach Burrill, Youth Minister
E: youthministry@oakbayunitedchurch.ca
T: 250-886-2140

Devon Tillie-Brownsey, Office and Communications Coordinator
E: admin@oakbayunitedchurch.ca
T: 250-598-5021 ext. 0

Marjorie Raine, Givings Secretary
E: givings@oakbayunitedchurch.ca

Cathy McAuley, Ministry & Personnel Chair
E: ministryandpersonnel@oakbayunitedchurch.ca

Dan Schaus, Church Council Board Chair
E: chair@oakbayunitedchurch.ca

Cheryl Thomas, Property Development Committee Chair
E: propdev@oakbayunitedchurch.ca

 

 
Oak Bay United, the red brick building located at the corner of Granite & Mitchell Streets in the heart of Oak Bay municipality, Victoria BC.

Oak Bay United, the red brick building located at the corner of Granite & Mitchell Streets in the heart of Oak Bay municipality, Victoria BC.

We are honoured to gather on the traditional territory of the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations who, for many thousands of years and to this day, have sought to walk gently on this land. We seek a new relationship with the Original Peoples
of this land, one based in honour and deep respect.