During our displacement, more than seeking continuity, we are looking into re-envisioning our ministry and presence in the city; so that every initiative we take will be the result of our life together in Christ.

Part of this process is building creative partnerships to find new ways to walk alongside the city’s poor and marginalized. Thanks to one of those partnerships, we will begin with one monthly take-out meal out of Christ Church Cathedral during the summertime (June 22, July 20, August 24).

 If you or your Connection Group are interested, please contact David Nacho ( )


For those of you who have neighbours, friends, and families in need, you are welcomed to pass along this list of government aid that might of help to them. 


Every summer, as a way to support the young families in our neighbourhood, we run two affordable soccer & art camps that are open to ages 3-14 years old. Children, preteens, and teens have the opportunity to learn the essential skills needed to be an effective soccer player, teammate and leader on and off the soccer field. It is a wonderful way to improve their fitness, self-esteem and confidence. Subsidies can be made available. For more information, click here

Heart for the city PROJECT

Central to our HFTC Project is our desire to be more like Jesus by extending his hospitality to others. We are relational beings, needing to connect, to find community. That feeling alone has become a major issue as reflected by the 2012 survey on “Connections and Engagement” by the Vancouver Foundation. We intend to be a light in the community to help resolve this issue in our community. We seek to work for the peace and prosperity of our city by delivering heritage conversation and innovative architecture, environmental and social sustainability (in alignment with the West End Community Plan), and public spaces. For more information, click here 


 Partnership and collaboration are integral to any wholesome neighbourhood engagement. Here are some of our partnering organizations: 



Promise Vancouver is a place where people from various backgrounds gather (including socio-economic, ethnic, cultural, generational, and occupational) to build positive relationships with the intent of providing children and young adults with opportunities to be equipped with the experience and skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, spiritual growth, and leadership. For more information, please click here


The Kinbrace community welcomes refugee claimants with housing, education, and support. Kinbrace is BC’s longest-serving housing provider for refugee claimants, offering dedicated support and accessible educational resources across Canada. For more information, please click here


 Keats Camps has been serving youth and families for over 90 years as a part of the Canadian Baptists of Western Canada. Thriving during the summer months, Keats comes alive with over a thousand campers & staff and all of their visiting parents & friends. Keats Camp is committed to mentoring our campers and staff and helping them build faith in Christ, as well as the self-confidence and abilities to will help them in all walks and stages of life. For more information, please click here


A Rocha envisions the transformation of people and places by showing God’s love for all creation. Restoring salmon habitat, training young scientists, inspiring school children, feeding low-income families – A Rocha is transforming people and places through hands-on conservation projects, environmental education programs and sustainable agriculture initiatives. For more information, please click here