Music & Concerts

Music is a very important part of our Worship and enjoyment.  We are blessed to have Tim Olfert as our Music Director.  Tim is a very talented, musically diverse and professionally trained musician whose love of music shines each time he performs at our baby grand piano, organ or electronic keyboard.  Each Sunday has a musical gift through his music and the wonderful Choir Anthems.  We invite you to come and enjoy this gift.


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City of Gardens Bring on Summer Concert June 28th 2016


Join Gordon United Church Sunday, May 29th at 1pm for a

Village Squires “Can you feel the Love” concert. Celebrating 60 years in Langford.

Village Squires concert May 29th 2016

Concert May 1

Join us on Sunday December 6th at 7pm for a CGIT Vesper Service to celebrate  the 100th Anniversary of Canadian Girls in Training.

CGIT Poster

Sunday October 25, 2015  Remember When Band with Marty Adams was enjoyed by many.Remember Whenwill be joining us for an afternoon performance.

Sunday June 28th, 2015

Coastline Band put on an award winning mini concert for the congregation to say thank you to one member’s Grandfather who made a generous donation towards their upcoming trip to Scotland.  Good luck to the Band as they prepare for and perform at the Aberdeen Youth Music Festival.

Ken Lavigne put on a wonderful concert.  

Ken Lavigne

 Messy Church is held the last Saturday of each month.   Join us on May 30  at Gordon United Church 10:30 – 12:30pm for a fun time for all ages.



 West Shore Concert Band was enjoyed by all who attended on February 15, 2014

Westshore Community Band


Messy Church in January was amazing with all the crafts, Langford’s own magician Jason Verners from Belmont Highschool, special candlelighting service and lunch.  Watch for dates of the next Messy Church to be held at Gordon United.  This is a joint venture shared between Gordon United and Church of the Advent Anglican Church.


Sunday September 15, 2013  was an exciting musical experience as West My Friend played to an enthusiastic and appreciative audience.  With the church doors wide open for the music to filter out into the street, it was a very successful concert.