people served with the "Out of the Cold" homeless program
As a church, we came together to raise funds in our annual Christmas Eve offering in support of our community partners.
was raised in support of our partners
Meet Our Community Partners
Supporting the community during COVID-19
As a church, we raised funds to support COVID relief efforts in the community and globally, in addition to refugee sponsorship of a young woman who escaped persecution. We are awaiting her arrival to Canada.
raised for support in our Good Friday offering
We Rise As One
The bridge support Compassion Canada’s “We Rise As One” Campaign: an initiative launched to support vulnerable children all around the world during the COVD-19 pandemic.
raised to support 85 sponsored children
Community Care Package Campaign
Host Ministry and Children’s Ministry partnered with OnMission to rally the church and create community care packages. Hundreds of packages were prepared from the funds that were raised.
backpacks with school supplies
care packages for women
family packages for children rescued from human trafficking
worth of supplies raised
2 New Missionaries
With SIM Canada
Ashley is an office administrator for SIM’s Lifeworthy project, which brings hope and help to those impacted by human trafficking in the GTA. Working closely with Director John Cassells, Ashley assists Lifeworthy’s ministries, which provide mentoring to young women, support for parents whose daughters are still being exploited, and training and consulting for churches and organizations.
In working toward the restoration of her community, Ashley will be serving alongside her co-workers with UrbanPromise as a ministry supervisor. She will be involved in providing the youth in her community with a safe place to go after school, reinforcing the importance of education, modelling Godly behaviour and sharing Biblical truths. She will be dedicated to building and maintaining relationships not only with the kids, but with their whole families as well. Ashley hopes to share the things she has learned from being a child in the program, to becoming a StreetLeader, to now onboarding full time, all while also learning from the youth and community she serves.