About Us

All Saints has been nourishing the roots of faith in Ladner for more than 100 years. Through good times and bad we have been a constant focus point for those seeking to know Jesus, to deepen their relationship with him and find hope in his presence. Jesus loved without exception and we strive to recreate that same feeling of welcome in our all-inclusive community. Wherever you are on your journey, we welcome you with open arms. All Are Welcome.


Parish Council

Parish Council consists of our Rector, the Wardens and nine other Parishioners. They are here to represent you, to answer your questions, to listen and to respond to the needs of the Parish. 

There are thirteen people on the All Saints Parish Council.  We meet once a month to discuss the business of the Parish, hear reports from the Rector, Wardens and Treasure and seek direction for the future.  The Parish Council members are chosen by the congregation and called by God to carry out both business affairs of our Parish and the spiritual welfare and growth as a family of God.  The Council is always mindful of our Mission and Ministry and asking what God is calling us to do.

The All Saints Parish Council for 2018 consists of the following

Elizabeth Northcott (Rector)
Carolyn Dodds and Glyn Abraham (People's Wardens)
Sue Paege (Rector's Warden)
Sheryl Gaffey (PC Chair) and  Mary Catherine Fortuna (Synod Delegates)
Paula Holt and Don Phelps (Alternate Synod Delegate)
Brenda Straker, Brian Redway (Members At Large)
Flower Pearson (Recording Secretary)


The Ven. Elizabeth Northcott, Rector

The Ven. Elizabeth Northcott is the Archdeacon of Westminster and Rector of the Parish of All Saints Ladner. Elizabeth grew up in Saint John, New Brunswick.  She studied forestry at the University of New Brunswick and attended seminary at McGill University and the Montreal Diocesan Theological College. Elizabeth’s professional life has included tenures as director of Christian education in Fredericton, Executive Director of the Nova Scotia Forestry Association and Chaplain of RCS Netherwood. Elizabeth serves on the board of the Anglican Foundation of Canada.