Contact List in Vancouver
Branch and study groups and the First Class meet at the Rudolf Steiner Centre
3743 Delbrook Plaza
Monday Night Members Group; Monique Walsh; 604-721-6445;
This group meets on the first and third Mondays of each month. For many years we have taken as the context of our work the theme of the year as given from the Goetheanum.Each member of the group does his or her individual work on the theme out of the suggested readings and other sources in preparation for the meeting.
We begin the meeting with the verse “Stars spoke once to man”. Out of the silence following the verse, a member initiates the conversation for that evening. The intention of the work is both to develop the theme from meeting to meeting, and to develop capacities for listening to one another and for discerning where the conversation can go out of what we hear from one another. Each meeting lasts for an hour and a quarter to an hour and a half. We close with “Stars spoke once to man”.
The group is open to anyone who is a member in good standing of the General Anthroposophical Society. There are currently up to nine members who participate on a regular basis.
Wednesday Night Study Group; Michael Roboz; 604-987-4935:
This group, active since 1954, is Vancouver’s oldest study group. We delve into specific themes with depth. Our group is open to friends and members of the Anthroposophical Society in Canada. We begin each evening with Steiner’s verse “From the Luminous Heights”. We meet weekly from September to June; each meeting lasts about an hour. Twelve people take part on a regular basis.
Every Other Sunday Night Study Group; Greg Scott; [email protected]
Vancouver Branch of the Anthroposophical Society in Canada; Susan Koppersmith;
Our branch was started in early 2018. We meet at 9:30 am once a month on a selected Saturday. We work with speech or eurythmy, have a 20 minute a study, hear reports of local initiatives (Waldorf School, the Christian Community, Cascadia, etc.) and conferences and we plan festivals. We want to provide a welcoming space for newcomers and for people to share news of their anthroposophical initiatives as well as foster communication within the greater Vancouver area. Members and friends of the ASC are always welcome! Please be in touch for our meeting dates.
School of Spiritual Science
Class Holders: Bert Chase/ 604-988-6458; Patricia Smith/ 604-988-3970; Greg Scott/ 905-737-5019. The First Class meets on a selected Saturday morning at 9:30 am of each month except for the months of July and August. For more information and exact dates contact Patricia Smith at 604-988-3970.
The Christian Community
Rev. Ann Burfeind;
The church is located at 5050 Hastings St. in Burnaby, BC.
Email Ann to be put on the e-list for service times and special events.
Camphill; Cascadia Society for Social Working;; 604-987-3407
We are an urban Camphill centre. We have a day program serving 34 individuals, 11 of whom are also residents of our Camphill life sharing community.
Workshops in the day centre include weaving, basketry, candle making, gardening, sewing, clay and home skills as well as a myriad of other artistic, educational, and therapeutic activities. Cascadia is also well known in the local community, including our gardeners who care for nearby traffic roundabouts and for organizing eurythmy and music performances in local venues. Cascadia strives to collaborate with local like minded organizations on common interests such as housing, aging and other urgent community issues.
Vancouver Waldorf School;
The Vancouver Waldorf School, established since 1970, has a lower school and a high school. 604-985-7435 (lower school); 604-986-2922(high school)
Lifeways Childcare Society; Margo Running; 604-904-4198/ 375-2959 (cell);
Medical Group and Greater Vancouver Therapeutical Society for Anthroposophical Medicine; Kyle Morton; 604-926-4864;
Anthro-Bridge; To be put on the e-list for notice of anthroposophical events in the wider Vancouver area, contact Anthony Perzel at