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Church Leaders: Church and Vancouver

church leaders: I tell them my story, he says, according to Vancouver Courier. They all come to this church and they have positive experiences. Over the years, a few other non-white members joined Rockcliffe Pentecostal Church, which Johnson describes as one big family. article continues below Trending StoriesCTV Vancouver parts ways with Tamara Taggart and Mike Killeen What the thunder Why we hear it so seldom in Vancouver Vancouver campus is Yorkville University's firstB.C.'s alcohol retailers want option to sell cannabis The father of two finds the church so welcoming that he's introduced many reluctant Indian friends to Rockcliffe. Many church leaders want to give minorities a similar welcome. According to a 2017 Ipsos survey, only 40 per cent of Canadians attend church compared to 63 per cent in 2006. The immigrant and minority population is expanding beyond big cities, and leaders believe their churches must do a better job of serving an increasingly diverse population, especially as attendance plummets. ( As reported in the news.