Starting Feburary 4th we will be moving to one Sunday gathering.

Our Local
& Global Partners

We partner with these local and global organizations to meet physical needs and bring the life-transforming good news of Jesus to individuals and communities. Your sacrificial giving enables us to support these partners and further their work in Scarborough and around the world.

Pregnancy Care Centre Toronto

Do you know someone who is facing an unexpected pregnancy? Our church supports Pregnancy Care Centre Toronto (PCC) which provides compassionate community support to women and families facing an unexpected pregnancy. PCC offers free pregnancy tests and a safe place to discuss pregnancy options. PCC has many services to support individuals and families to thrive through their pregnancies and continue long-term support after baby is born through community connections. We have four offices: North York, Scarborough, Downtown and Richmond Hill. We are open 6 days a week for in-person appointments and are open most evenings of the week to provide immediate and personalized care for those in need of our support.

Pregnancy Care Centre Toronto is a Christian nonprofit charitable organization funded by donations from individuals, businesses, and churches. We have been serving Toronto families since 1984. If you want to donate, volunteer, or join our support community, visit pccfriends.ca.

We envision a city where no woman faces an unexpected pregnancy alone; where every mother and father has access to care, support, and community; and where parents and their unborn children are treasured by all.

5N2 - Food For All

5N2 was founded by Seema David in 2013. Seema immigrated to Canada in 2007 from India and was shocked by the homelessness evident on the streets of Toronto. As Canada’s financial capital, Toronto was supposed to represent a place of opportunity – not hardship. After meeting other recent immigrants struggling to feed their families, Seema was determined to help her new community.

Seema has dedicated her life to ensuring that many marginalized people can access fresh, nutritious, and culturally appropriate food support. She started 5N2 while serving food out of her church’s kitchen. With just a handful of volunteers, this labor of love quickly outgrew the small church kitchen, and she leased a nearby commercial kitchen with the small donations she received.

When the pandemic struck, 5N2 did not shut its operations. Instead, it quickly adapted to a delivery model despite dramatically reduced volunteer numbers. Meals and pantry support kept going out to those in need. Upon learning that 5N2’s lease would not be renewed, Seema took it upon herself to ensure continuity of operations. She fought to secure a new location for the charity to continue her mission of keeping her neighbors fed.

Over the last few years, the demand for food support and the number of families facing food insecurity has risen dramatically. The current inflation and cost-of-living crisis are affecting our community’s most vulnerable, and 5N2 is working hard to ensure that no one goes hungry in Scarborough and the GTA.

Today, 5N2 distributes 4,200 free meals and grocery support to the residents of the Greater Toronto Area and beyond, each week.

Who We Serve
We strive to minimize hunger and food insecurity in our communities. We work with partner organizations to bring fresh, warm meals to local residents, serving at food banks, shelters, seniors’ buildings, drop-in centres and apartment buildings.

Vision: Creating equitable access to food support in meaningful communities.

Mission: Fighting food insecurity in our communities

Core Values: Compassion, Integrity, Collaboration

Church in Regent Park

Since 1995 has been serving the changing demographic of Toronto’s downtown core; it was then known as Cornerstone Urban Church, a partner church of Church in the City. Cornerstone began a dinner to feed the hungry and offer a place to belong in a safe community. The Regent Park Community Meals feeds 275 people weekly, almost entirely with volunteers. As Regent Park continues to be revitalized, we saw the desire of many to have a church to call their own. Church in Regent Park officially re-started Easter 2016.

Mission: To lead others to a life-changing relationship with Jesus, by serving them at the place of their need.

Vision: To create an inclusive, just and loving community which transforms lives and heals brokenness by loving like Jesus.

Values

  • Grace- Loving without Exception
  • Encouragement- Creating Hope
  • Compassion- Serving Others in Need
  • Recovery- Transforming Lives
  • Authenticity- Being genuine
  • Community- Sharing Together
  • Laughter- Spreading Joy
  • Diversity – Celebrating our differences

Fight4Freedom

In 2009, the knowledge of an underage girl domestically sex trafficked in Canada caused a team to form to help her in her unique situation. This team continued to meet and talk about sex trafficking issues in Canada, and in 2012 began to reach out to areas where sex trafficking was known to occur.
In the summer of 2012 the group grew significantly in number and committed to weekly prayer meetings surrounding the issue of sex trafficking as well as meeting every two weeks to plan ways to provide relief and support


Currently, Fight4Freedom currently operates in different locations across Canada, with active teams going on outreach each month. We are able to make contact with over 600 individuals each month through our various outreaches and are seeing survivors regularly leave situations of exploitation.


Purpose: To fight sex trafficking in our cities, nations, and world.

Programs:

  • Walk4Freedom (W4F) – advocacy at different levels to raise awareness about trafficking in Canada. Fight4Freedom does a more personal advocacy for survivors for them to have access to various local resources.
  • Outreach
    • Bag packing gift bags – ultimately aims to create bridges in the hopes to help them to see new options and bridge them to Survivor Care programming
    • Christmas wish list – we ask survivors for their wish list and we encourage the community to be engaged as part of the program.
    • Shoebox – churches are aware of daily needs of survivors and they find ways to provide it which are then assembled in shoeboxes

Jesus in the City

For over 25 years Jesus in the City has been bringing the Body of Christ together to lift up the name of Jesus on city streets, through the annual Jesus in the City Parade. Jesus in the City collaborates with organizations, churches and artists internationally to spread the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to cities around the world through the creative arts, parades, festivals, theatre, the visual arts and media, developing programs to meet spiritual and social needs. Jesus in the City | Festival of Praise International is a charitable organization established in 1999 as a non-profit community network.

The Annual Jesus in the City Parade is a lively musical street pageant, illustrating themes from the Bible through music, the arts and worship. The parade attracts over 25,000 in attendance as floats, marching bands, choirs, congregants and worshippers walk the streets of downtown Toronto in celebration, spreading the message of hope, love, peace and the joy of salvation. Our vision is to celebrate love for God and love for people through music the arts & culture.

Vision: Celebrating our love for God and love for people, through music, the arts, and culture.

Mission

  • To mobilize believers to raise up a Godly standard in society.
  • To restore the cultural relevance of music and arts in worship.
  • To encourage unity in the Body of Christ, lifting up one voice unto God.
  • To cause people to identify with God’s Word, drawing them to receive Jesus.

ShareWord Global Canada

The gospel changes everything. From the inside out, God transforms our lives so we can change the world around us. That’s what motivates us to ignite and fuel a passion in people’s hearts to introduce others to Jesus.

We don’t pretend to be perfect or have all the answers, but in Him, we’ve found healing for our brokenness. That invitation—to start a new life with Jesus—is open to you, too.

Canada faces different challenges from many of the other countries we do ministry in. Resources are plentiful. Most people have heard the name Jesus, and for the vast majority, life is comfortable.

This has led many to feel like they don’t need Jesus, breeding a culture of spiritual apathy.

What’s worse, according to a recent report, more than half of millennial Christians feel it is wrong to share their faith. This is true despite nearly all believers agreeing that Jesus is the best part of their life.

But there is hope. That same report found over 70% of people became eager to share their faith after engaging in just one evangelistic conversation.

By joining us for a GO Trip to Canada, you will walk alongside the local church, changing the tide of hesitation and apathy, and mobilizing believers with the skills and resources they need to take a first step in their journey towards a lifestyle of evangelism.

You will experience a wide range of cultures within Canada. In the coming years, it’s expected that 46% of the population will consist of immigrants and refugees. The nations are coming right to our doorstep and God is providing opportunities for us to share His gospel message with the world.

Through the partnership of the local church and other like-minded ministries, we use God’s Word to share the gospel through authentic, relational evangelism.

Faith Kingdom Ministries (Eggpreneur)

Matthew Mbondo Dickson

Eggpreneur is a social ministry working in Kenyan rural communities to build sustainable farming ventures that help families end the cycles of poverty and build their spiritual needs.

Eggpreneur has trained and coached more than 1400 women micro-entrepreneurs over the last 7 years to start and grow their businesses in four countries Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and India.

Eggpreneur believes that poverty can be overcome through financial literacy and entrepreneurship! By helping individuals become small-scale entrepreneurs, jobs are created, nutrition is improved, and poverty is eradicated.

The Eggpreneur model trains and engages Women and families to start poultry, rabbits, and beekeeping farming. Through Eggpreneur’s micro-enterprise startup program participants are trained in animal husbandry management, financial literacy, and business skills. The participants are then provided with start-up animals, feed, and supplies. Through continued coaching and mentoring by Eggpreneur, trainees continue to receive support on their way to success.

Since Eggpreneur’s inception, hundreds of individuals have been launched as backyard business entrepreneurs. As a result, children have been able to attend school, families are being better fed, and poverty is being overcome for the glory of God.

Peter and Patricia DeWit

PAOC Global Workers

After almost ten years as home missionaries in Quebec, we were approved for overseas missions in Thailand. We joined the Bangkok team in August, 1991 and ministered for 22 years with the Thai Full Gospel Fellowship. When Peter required brain surgery to remove an acoustic meningioma in 2012 in Hanover, this ignited something in our hearts about possibly moving to Europe. Since we already spoke French, and since we know that large cities are full of marginalized people groups, we felt that Paris was to be our next home. On July 14 of 2014 we moved into a densely populated neighbourhood where we have found our ministry in the streets, serving the many refugees, the homeless, and the marginalized. We are partnering with Serve The City International, helping them to set up new branches all over Europe, and beyond, training a volunteer base, resourcing local leaders, all within the vision of the local churches. Patricia is also a watercolour artist and leads creative experiences in our living room as well as in the local church.

Project ACTS International

Susan Jones

Do you know someone who is facing an unexpected pregnancy? Our church supports Pregnancy Care Centre Toronto (PCC) which provides compassionate community support to women and families facing an unexpected pregnancy. PCC offers free pregnancy tests and a safe place to discuss pregnancy options. PCC has many services to support individuals and families to thrive through their pregnancies and continue long-term support after baby is born through community connections. We have four offices: North York, Scarborough, Downtown and Richmond Hill. We are open 6 days a week for in-person appointments and are open most evenings of the week to provide immediate and personalized care for those in need of our support.

Pregnancy Care Centre Toronto is a Christian nonprofit charitable organization funded by donations from individuals, businesses, and churches. We have been serving Toronto families since 1984. If you want to donate, volunteer, or join our support community, visit pccfriends.ca.

We envision a city where no woman faces an unexpected pregnancy alone; where every mother and father has access to care, support, and community; and where parents and their unborn children are treasured by all.

Service Time Update

Starting February 4th

ONE SUNDAY GATHERING

Join us this easter

April 2

Palm Sunday

9 & 11:15 AM
ONLINE & ON-LOCATION

April 7

Good friday

9 & 11:15 AM
ONLINE & ON-LOCATION

April 9

Easter Sunday

9 & 11:15 AM
ONLINE & ON-LOCATION

April 2 - APRIL 9

PASSION WEEK
DEVOtional journal

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