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Creative ways to love our neighbours
Kildonan Community Church's creative way to love neighbours is worth copying.
A local Salvation Army church shows how preparing in advance helped them keep their food bank and breakfast program running after a major storm.
Cranbrook Alliance Church has come up with a creative way to love our neighbours
Commons Church, Calgary, rose to the challenge of creating a podcast that would knit a community together.
Tapestry Church in Richmond, B.C., has found a way to share time, treats and presence with those experiencing homelessness.
Pastoral intern Nina Schuurman-Drenth explains her church's creative way to love their neighbours by opening a prayer room.
Grimsby church and community form lasting connections through initiative
North Park Community Church in London, Ont., welcomes refugees and settles newcomers to life in Canada as a regular part of its ministry.
Lake Ridge Community Church in Chestermere, Alta., is using art to cheer up its city.
Sunday mornings, students from the world over sharpen their English alongside volunteers at Gateway Church in Winnipeg as part of the church’s English as an Additional Language program.
St. Peter & St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Ottawa offers a weekly meal and a safe place. During COVID-19 they began distributing bagged meals every Friday evening.
From Sunday afternoon to Wednesday evening, the Church of God–Moose Jaw stacks its chairs and becomes a dance studio.
New Hope Community Services began in Surrey, B.C., in 2004 with the purpose of assisting newcomer refugees.