The first Presbyterian Home Mission started in 1903. The first building chosen for worship was Dorman's Shack on East 13th Street. (See Blog Post 9/2/12.)
"This shack was built of shakes, was 15 feet square, and had a seating capacity of 25 people. The congregation sat on wooden planks nailed to logs..." (REF 1.) The first sermon was, "Where there is no vision, the people perish." (REF 1.)
By 1912 the church had grown and the congregation built a new church at 10th and St. George's Avenue. (See Blog Post 1/9/11.) (REF 1.)
BPhotos taken in January 2013 by SW.
Photo from REF 2. Blog Post 3/25/12.
North Vancouver Archives Photograph Bu P392.1.