The course is fun, relaxed and totally non-pressured (that's probably why over 18 million people around the world have already done it). The evening begins with a meal at 6:30 pm and is followed by an entertaining video and open discussion. If you or your friends have curious questions about life, faith or Christianity we invite you to register for the next session.
Registration and Information / Alpha Canada Site
This group is for people of all ethnicities who want to learn Canadian culture, improve English skills and make new friends. They meet on Thursday mornings at 10:00 AM in Classroom 201 on the upper floor.
For further information please contact Myra Ottewell .
This group of volunteers provides minor repairs for those in our community with physical or financial constraints. This includes a variety of needs such as plumbing, electrical, carpentry, yard work, painting, and more.
Phone: 604-531-4733 Choose Option 1 and *2999
NightShift is a Christian charity with whom our church has partnered to help provide for the needy and homeless living within the Whalley area of our city. Teams of volunteers prepare food and distribute food and clothing to our street friends. A wide variety of skills are needed for this ministry.
Every day, the South Fraser Pregnancy Options Centre makes a life-changing difference to the teens, women, couples, and the unborn in our community who come to them for help. Their volunteer peer-counselors speak the truth in love to these hurting individuals, providing acceptance, compassion, restoration, and hope. There are always opportunities for volunteers at the Centre; training takes place every Spring and Fall.
Young Families is a program of Greater Vancouver Youth For Christ/Youth Unlimited committed to providing hope for parenting youth in the Surrey area. The majority of these young people (some as young as 12) have come from troubled and unsupportive homes. Volunteers (men and women) from Peace Portal Alliance have the opportunity to fill a variety of roles to help these young moms and dads escape the cycle of distress and poverty.