Lytton & Surrounding Reserves

We are here for the People

There has been an Anglican presence in our area since 1867. 

The first missionaries learned the Nlaka’pamux language and empowered First Nation Lay Leaders. We strive to continue that tradition today.

Our Parish covers a large geographical area from Spuzzum in the south to Nicomen in the north and to 30 Mile on both the east and west side of the Fraser River.

  • Holy Eucharist: 2nd & 4th Sundays at 10:30 am in Lytton at St. Mary’s & St. Paul’s April-September and at St. Barnabas’ October-March.  
  • 4th Sunday at 2 pm at St. Andrew’s in Boothroyd.
  • Holy Communion – Tuesdays at 10 am at Seniors Complex.
  • Occasional Services on West Side of Fraser as announced.
  • Community Breakfast – 2nd Sundays at 9 am at Anglican Parish Hall in Lytton  

Priest/Ministry Developer – The Rev. Angus Muir
Pastoral Elders – Dorothy Phillips & Amy Charlie Warden – John Haugen


Honouring Pastoral Elder Jimmy Toodlican

THE POEM Knowledge Keeper by Dennis Saddleman Honouring Pastoral Elder Jimmy Toodlican Reprinted with permission by the author Dennis writes: I wrote a poem for our Pastoral Elder Jimmy Toodlican....I've known Jimmy... Read More


Canada Honours B.C. Indigenous Basket Making

Canada recognized Nlaka'pamux basket making for its national historic significance this month with a ceremony at Lytton. Matilda Borden liked to pour a cup of tea to display her basket making expertise, proving her... Read More