Comox Valley Presbyterian Church was established in 1995 and moved into its present building in 2001.  Its founding minister, The Rev. D’Arcy Lade, worked diligently for 10 years establishing the congregation until his untimely death in 2005. The Rev. Ted Hicks served as minister from 2007 until 2011, bringing gentle, thoughtful leadership. The Rev. John Green served as Interim Moderator until our new minister arrived in January, 2014. We were fortunate to have The Rev. Charles Scott (retired) to help out in many areas of ministry from time to time as well as so many gifted and dedicated lay members who have filled many functions during the two years between ministers.

Comox Valley Presbyterian Church is a vibrant, working, enthusiastic community of believers.


Our Minister

On January 28, 2014 The Rev. Jennifer Geddes was inducted as minister. She comes to us from St. Andrew’s Presbyterian in Victoria and is getting to know the people and activities in our church. We welcome her spiritual leadership and warm presence in our church.


Statement on Racism

“God’s justice is seen when we deal fairly with each other and strive to change customs and practices that oppress and enslave others. Justice involves protecting the rights of others. It protests against everything that destroys human dignity.” Living Faith 8.4.2-8.4.3
We, at the Comox Valley Presbyterian church, are convinced that God has created all people equally and that God loves everyone the same.
He has created all races and deeply desires that all people are treated equally, while recognizing that everyone is different. We ask for God’s forgiveness and the forgiveness of those whom we have mistreated by our thoughts and actions.
And it is with God’s help, we will work to treat others with love and understanding and follow God’s direction in the future.