Our Ministers

Methodist

  • 1891. Rev. Elihu Manuel held the first service in the Squamish valley.
  • 1894-1895. Rev. Irwin, Rev. Wellington, Rev. Eben Robson and two students, Ed. Braden and Charles Batzold.

Presbyterian

  • 1913. Mr. Matheson, a student from Queen's University, ministered for the summer
  • 1914. Mr. Corkill (Mr. Corkhill later died on active service in World War I)
  • 1915-1918. Students from Westminster Hall, Vancouver, led Sunday Services: J. C. Goodfellow, A.C. Smith, J. C. Clerihue and D. Donaldson, assisted by Robert Young, a layman of the Presbyterian Church, and Mr. Wm. Mashiter, a lay reader of the Anglican Church
  • 1919-1920. Rev. Wm. Burton
  • 1920-1921. Rev. Alex Dunn
  • 1921-1922. Rev. Allan Pound
  • 1922-1926. Ministry provided by students, assisted by layworkers

United Church

   
   
   
   

From top left: Rev. J.R. Hewitt; Rev. W.O. Mackenzie; Rev. J. Lindquist; Rev. Brenda Faust; Rev. Doug. Lobb; Dr. Daniel Bogert O'Brien; Rev. Karen Millard

  • 1926-1927. Rev. Allan Pound of Lillooet, visited Squamish once a month
  • 1927-1928. Mr. J. Finney and Mr. A. Broatch, students
  • 1928-1929. Rev. Ruddell
  • 1929-1930. Rev. Evan Baker, first resident minister
  • 1930-1942. Rev. J.G. Gibson
  • 1933. Rev. Robert Wilkinson for nine months during the absence of Rev. and Mrs. Gibson
  • 1942-1943. Retired ministers from Vancouver provided a supply ministry
  • 1943-1944. Rev. George Walker
  • 1944-1946. Rev. A.B. McIntosh
  • 1946-1949. Rev. Chas. Addyman
  • 1949-1950. Mr. B.S. Boyle, Student Minister
  • 1950-1955. Rev. J.R. Hewitt
  • 1955-1957. Rev. A.O. McNeill
  • 1957-1958. Rev. H.S. Clugston
  • 1958-1964. Rev. N.J. Penrose
  • 1964-1972. Rev. H.M. Wingfield
  • 1972-1975. Rev. W.O. MacKenzie
  • 1975-1984. Rev. J. Lindquist
  • 1984-1993. Rev. Christina Burnett
  • 1993. Rev. Bob Thompson
  • 1993-1999. Rev. Claire Bowers
  • 1999-2004. Rev. Brenda Faust
  • 2004-2005. Dr. Douglas Lobb
  • 2005-2008. Dr. Daniel Bogert-O'Brien
  • 2008-2009. Rev. Janice Guthrie (Supply)
  • 2009-present. Rev. Karen Millard