Serve in the Community
Inspiring one another to love our neighbours authentically, serve our community, and change the world.
Serve in the Community
As a church, we want to be known for our extraordinary generosity and our unmistakable impact in our local community. Check out some of our local partners.
Coldest Night of the Year
Join us this year for the virtual Coldest Night of the Year walk on February 20, 2021.
Together with thousands of Canadians across the country, we’re walking and fundraising to support and serve hungry, homeless, and hurting people and families in our community.
To get involved, click on the button below!
Serving Opportunities & Partnerships
mosaic interfaith out of the cold program
On Monday nights each winter, we open our doors to those in our community experiencing homelessness or in need of food and clothing. All who come leave with a lunch for the next day and transportation tokens. For those guests who stay overnight, beds are provided for a safe, warm place to sleep and breakfast is provided in the morning.
The Crisis Pregnancy Centre
The Crisis Pregnancy Centre has served women in the Markham-Stouffville area for more than 20 years. They provide free care and support to women in unplanned pregnancies, post-abortion, and who are involved in single parenting.
The Markham Foodbank
The leanest time of the year for Canadian food banks is July – August. The Markham Food Bank has difficulty providing the minimum amount of grocery support during those months and can give very little variety. Our annual June food drive helps fill this gap!
Centre for Dreams
The Centre for Dreams is a place in the Markham community where adults with developmental disabilities can come to build relationships and enhance their lives through education in life skills, academics and vocational training.
The Language Cafe
The Language Cafe provides informal drop-in opportunities where you can enjoy a beverage and snack while practising English with fluent locals and other newcomers. We meet the 2nd and 4th fridays from 10am to 12pm. All levels of English speakers are welcome!
For more information, contact [email protected]
Check out this local news story about the Language Cafe!
With Toronto Youth for Christ
Rahab Ministry is a compassion ministry geared towards empowering women and children in the sex trade to be liberated and restored. Joanna works in an outreach capacity with women in Scarborough, North York and Etobicoke.
With Athletes in Action
Athletes in Action is a ministry of Power to Change that seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world through sports. Caleb oversees the training and resourcing of local churches in sports ministry, as well as oversees the training of athletes and coaches throughout the year in Ontario.”
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 provides 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 my community, I will be serving alongside my co-workers with UrbanPromise as a Ministry Supervisor. I will be involved in providing the youth of my community with a safe place to come after school, reinforcing the importance of education, modelling Godly behaviour and sharing Biblical truths. I will be dedicated to building and maintaining relationships not only with the kids, but with their whole families as well. I hope to share with them the things I have learned from being a child in the program, to being a StreetLeader, to now onboarding full time, all while also learning from the youth and community I serve.
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Ashley works as the National Director of High School Ministry. Her work involves helping high school students to see their high school as a place of mission. Her hope is for high school students to grow as disciples of Jesus by inviting their friends and teachers to engage in faith conversations at school. She also engages the wider church community to invest in the lives of high school students as they journey through such formative years.