St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Banff, Alberta
Corner of Banff Ave and Wolf Street


We like to think of ourselves as the

Presbyterian Church of the Bow Valley,

because our congregation is typically made

up of Christians living as far to the west as

Lake Louise and as far east as Cochrane.


We are a congregation of The Presbyterian

Church in Canada.  You can can learn more

about our beliefs, mission, and history as the larger body of Christ by going to


     We are a multi-generational congregation that regularly welcomes new people into our church family.


     We love welcoming, encouraging, and blessing Christians from around the world who visit us as our worshiping community changes week to week.


     Our worship is combination of traditional Presbyterian forms of worship (elements of worship sandwiched in between hymns and songs) with contemporary elements (i.e. music, visuals, and interactive teaching).   While the atmosphere of our worship is casual and relaxed, we take very seriously our calling to "glorify and enjoy God" together.



     We believe our calling is to glorify God by fulfilling the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:16-20) and to live out the Great Commandments to love God with our hearts, souls, minds and strength to love our neighbors as ourselves (Matthew 22:34-40).

Ministry and Mission

     We take to heart that Jesus' call to be salt, light, and leaven in our community.  We understand this calling as sharing our love and faith in Christ with others; demonstrating God's love through gracious, just, and loving words and actions; being a positive witness and presence for Christ in our community.  We work in partnership with other local, national, global churches, and agencies that reflect the values and character of Christ.

     Since 2004, we have opened our doors to the Banff Korean Church, which worships on Sunday evenings at 6 pm and carries out is varied ministries at St. Paul's.  Twice a year at Thanksgiving and in June we worship and share a meal together.  We have been mutually blessed and encouraged in our partnership in the Gospel with them.


     I know that you will be welcomed, encouraged, and blessed when you join us for worship.  If you are living in or moving to the Bow Valley, my prayer is that you will become part of our life and witness for Christ in the Upper Bow Valley.


In the Potter's hands,


Rev. Clay Kuhn