Each week we send out 15 different outreach teams to serve the local community I Visit the individual ministry pages for more information.
Nightshift: A street ministry that seeks to show dignity and care to the homeless community in Surrey.
Students for Life: An advocacy based ministry that generates awareness and a compassionate response to issues relating to abortion and the sanctity of life.
Men’s and Women’s Prison Ministry: Students visit the inmates at Fraser Regional Correctional Facility and Allouette Correctional Centre for Women, providing a time of worship, Bible study, and conversation for the men and women there.
Awana: Students support a children’s program that hosts nearly 100 kids every week! They play games and form friendships while studying the Word and forming a strong foundation of Biblical knowledge.
Streetlight: A street ministry that engages the homeless community on the Downtown East Side of Vancouver in conversation, prayer, and a compassionate presence.
Jr. and Sr. High Youth Extreme: A Friday night youth group that provides mentorship and care to at-risk youth in East Vancouver.
Imago Women’s Minsitry: A team of students provide a space of rest, safety, and comfort for women recovering from addiction at Wagner Hill’s Rehabilitation Centre in Langley.
Fleetwood Kids: Students run a fun and exciting children’s program for Middle Eastern families in Surrey, teaching the Kids in Biblical foundations, while allowing their parents a chance to worship freely.
WorkCore: A group of students go out each weekend to do landscaping, gardening, painting, cleaning, and other service projects for people within the local community.
Langley Lodge: Students bring respect and dignity to their friends at the Langley Lodge senior care home through conversation, crafts, and a listening ear.
Trinity Refugee Awareness Campaign (TRAC): TRAC started as a fundraising and awareness campaign, and has now transitioned into providing weekly volunteers to various refugee resettlement services. Students help teach English, provide child-care, run community events, and other services to welcome refugee and immigrant families to Canada.
StoryBook: StoryBook volunteers go to the Fraser Regional Corrections Facility each week with donated children’s books to help the fathers record themselves reading these stories to their kids.
|"Outreach programs provide students with a practical outlet to share their faith and demonstrate Christ's love to others. Involvement in these programs provides a platform from which students can mature in the spiritual disciplines of love and compassion. Outreach and Evangelism groups challenge students to "learn to maintain good works, to meet urgent needs, that they may not be unfruitful" (Titus 3:14). Each ministry shares the truth of Christ's love and grace through creative and innovative approaches. Such practical opportunities can be pivotal in developing a student's ability to positively integrate Christianity into today's culture."|