Emmanuel Pentecostal Church

Jesus is good news for everyone

You are invited to come and meet our growing community.

Emmanuel Pentecostal Church – Statement about the current COVID-19 situation.



            These are quite the days we live in, but always remember that the LORD is with us, “even unto the end of the world”. There has been no way to escape the news all over the place about the COVID-19 virus. Things have been changing on a day by day basis, so we feel it necessary to make some changes, whether we agree or do not agree with the approach of the government or other officials, we do need to be “wise as serpents and harmless as doves” [Matthew 10:16]


Services – During this time, we are going to be changing our services.

Please check in to our website daily for new information epcbc.com

Or contact us (Contacts below)

Our services for the time being will be online.

Tune in Sundays @ 11 AM and 6 PM

The service will be held online:





Shut ins – For those who do not have access to the internet or to the services, we will copy the service and bring it to you or mail it out, also if there are some that are shut in and need assistance we will have a team to make sure they get what they need at this time. If you are in need, or know someone we need to reach out to please contact us.


Tithes and offerings – For those who can e-transfer, you can e-transfer bpr@epcbc.com [Sister Reynolds] make sure she has all the information she needs. [Name, date, address – if this is your first time giving to Emmanuel, and what the money is for – tithes, missions, etc.] For those of you who cannot give via e-transfer and would like to give, we can have someone come and pick up a cheque from you, or mail it in, or drop off at the Church mail slot on Pastor’s office door.


Let’s use this time as a Church to pray, seek God’s face, and fight the good fight. Pastor is still available to answer your calls, so feel free to reach out if there is something you need.
For up to date information on the virus you can go to the government website https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/home


Contacts as follows:


Pastor and Sister Reynolds – 604 588-1516

Brother Marcos Hernandez – 778 861-2475 or email: marcosh12@gmail.com

Brother Wade Scott – 604 750-2690 or email: escotts@live.ca


God bless.


About Us

Pastor Reynolds truly is a man of God. He and his wife have been serving this congregation for over 40 years. Well known in the community, his consistent life and passion for souls causes his influence to extend far beyond the walls of the Church. Before following God’s call to New Westminster, Pastor and Sis Reynolds were missionaries overseeing a powerful revival church in Kingston, Jamaica.
Our ministry staff reaches into many cultures, including Spanish, Filipino, First Nations, Caribbean and Chinese.
This is a place where you are a stranger only once and the warmth of his saints makes you comfortable as soon as you walk through the door. Be welcomed by our Greeter and Usher staff. Take a padded seat in our beautifully appointed heritage building. Enjoy the music of our choir and be riveted by the anointed preaching of Pastor Reynolds or his staff. There is something for everyone both young and old, and no one is left out. When you come, you will find healing, deliverance, and a place where…
Jesus Really Can Set You Free!



Our service times are:

Tuesday – Prayer 7:30PM
Friday-Family Night Service 7:30PM
Sunday School- 9:45 AM
Sunday Evangelistic Service- 6:00PM

We are located at

321 Carnarvon Street
New Westminster
V3L 1B9
1 Block from the Columbia Sky train Station
Emmanuel Pentecostal Church

Our History

Description of Historic Place
New St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church is a large red brick Victorian Gothic Revival church with a square corner tower and a partial lower level, on Carnarvon Street adjacent to its Carpenter Gothic predecessor, Old St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. It is located in the neighbourhood of Albert Crescent, near New Westminster’s historic downtown core.
Heritage Value
Built in 1888-89, the New St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church is associated with the expansion of Old St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, which sits adjacent to this more recent building. The original St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church was the first Presbyterian church to be built in the Mainland Colony of British Columbia, and reflects the faith of the Royal Engineers who settled in the city after their disbandment in 1863. Both churches are significant for having survived the Great Fire of 1898, which devastated much of downtown New Westminster. The growing
congregation necessitated the construction of this larger new church in 1888-89, and in 1922 the original church was raised and remodelled for use as a church hall and Sunday school.
The New St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church is of architectural significance as a fine representative of the Victorian Gothic Revival style. The interior is particularly noteworthy – a soaring space with Douglas Fir hammer beams
connected by tension bars, native cedar wood-lined ceiling and a stained-glass rose window that forms a backdrop for the organ. At the west end is a gallery with a carved wooden balustrade. The organ, manufactured by Warren and Son of Toronto, was installed in 1891, and was at the time one of the largest organs West of Winnipeg. Much of the interior wooden carving is original, executed in native alder to designs of the architect by the Royal City Planing Mills.
The church is valued as a significant surviving design by George William Grant (1852-1925), a prolific architect who designed much of the built environment in downtown New Westminster before and after the Great Fire. Grant undertook over one hundred commissions in New Westminster during the period 1888-1892 including landmarks such as the Provincial Exhibition Building at Queen’s Park (1889), and the New Westminster Court House (1890- 91).
Source: Heritage Planning Files, City of New Westminster
Character-Defining Elements
Key elements that define the heritage character of the New St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church include its:
– location on Carnarvon Street, part of a grouping of late Victorian and Edwardian era commercial buildings in historic downtown New Westminster
– location adjacent to the earlier Old St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, now the Emmanuel Pentecostal Church Hall
– ecclesiastical form, scale and massing as expressed by its irregular, picturesque massing, side entry and prominent corner tower
– front gabled roof with side gabled projections, clad with cedar shingles
– masonry construction, including a battered rubble-stone granite base, and red brick cladding and walls, with a stretcher bond every six courses and corbelled courses at the top of the walls
– Victorian Gothic Revival features such as the parged Gothic arches over the pointed arch window openings, large inset Gothic pointed arches on the front and side facades, side elevation buttresses and a rose window

– fenestration, with openings of vertical proportions, including: multi-paned wooden-sash windows with opening
central panels, flashed with coloured glass; rose window in apse; groups of three windows in gable ends; and
circular windows at peak of gables
– interior features such as: cedar wood-lined ceiling; Douglas Fir hammer beams connected by tension bars;
stained-glass rose window; massive lamps; 1891 pipe organ; gallery with a carved wooden balustrade; wooden pews;
and carved interior woodwork
British Columbia
Street Address
321 Carnarvon Street


Emmanuel Pentecostal Church


Our Team

P.V. Reynolds
B.P. Reynolds
Associate Pastor
M Hernandez
Assistant to the Pastor
W. Scott
Outreach Director