Banff Places of Worship & Religious Sites
Banff Park Church offers a wide range of programs and services. This includes women’s, men’s and young adults’ bible studies, lunchtime prayer meetings, and Sunday morning and evening worship services.
Built in stages from 1889 to 1920, this Anglican Church is one of Banff’s oldest buildings that is still in public use today. The church features 11 bells, which came from England in 1927, and various unique stained glass windows.
Mass Times; Tuesday 6:30pm Wednesday 6:30pm Thursday 7:00pm Lynx Lounge Fairmount Lake Louise Saturday 5:00pm and 7:00pm Sunday 9:00am
While Rundle Memorial United Church was the first church to be built in Banff, the congregation’s current building was built in 1927. This building offers a display of colourful stained glass windows that were brought from Canterburry, England during the 1960s.
St. Paul's offers Christian worship, a place to learn the Christian faith, and a supportive Christian community.
Banff's Full Gospel Church
Banff’s Full Gospel Church offers a number of worship services and programs for the community.