All dinners remain cancelled for the 2023 season.
Community of Christ Generosity Cycle
For six weeks, the Generosity Cycle allows us to journey together through a season of generosity. During this season, focus is on the four phases of the Generosity Cycle: Invite, Discover, Respond and Reflect. This is a season where we are invited to remember God’s extravagant grace and generosity, to discover a deeper joy in discipleship living Christ’s mission, and to respond through whole-life stewardship by intentionally pausing and reflecting on our journey as generous disciples.
In 2022, the Generosity Cycle will run from 16 October to 20 November.
The Daily Bread will reflect on the Generosity Cycle each Saturday during the six-week journey.
- Develop the worth of every person as child of God.
- Deepen relationship with Jesus Christ and others.
- Work with other Faiths and Organizations to seek justice & peace around the world.
- Recognize people of all ages bring ministry based on their God-given giftedness.
Community of Christ recognizes that people of all ages bring ministry based on their God-given giftedness. If you would like more information, or want to volunteer or support any of the initiatives please contact us.
Who We Support:
The governing board of the Canadian Council of Churches has unanimously accepted Community of Christ’s application to become a sponsoring affiliate of Project Ploughshares. This project is the peace research institution of the council that works with churches, governments, and civil society, in Canada and abroad, to advance policies and actions to prevent war and armed violence and build peace.
We champion policies and programs that lift children out of poverty; protect them from abuse and neglect; and ensure their access to health care, quality education and a moral and spiritual foundation.
Based on belief in ABILITY, not disability C.C.B. is a vibrant network of active members across Canada. Each chapter is unique to its geographic area and engages in a variety of social and recreational activities based on the particular interests of their local members.
The A.C.A. is a volunteer based organization striving to enhance the quality of life for Argyle residents. We accomplish this task through events like Community Conversation Gatherings. We invite our Argyle residents to participate in events offered by our Association. Residents can assist with decision making in terms of services, infrastructure and our initiatives, events and fundraising. These gatherings are intended to allow neighbours to come together to learn and discuss issues in order to build strong communities, to connect our neighbourhoods within Argyle and to become an information highway. Our fundraising dollars help to, among other things, rent space for gatherings, maintain our website and host events within Argyle. This work is vitally important for our Argyle community.
Everyone is invited to join us at our monthly board meetings, from September to June. Meetings will be held at Argyle Family Centre, 1990 Royal Cres. (unless otherwise stated). All Argyle community members are welcome to attend! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A.I.M. promotes and encourages inclusive paddle sport and activities through the delivery of adaptive programs and instructions.
Rotholme Family Shelter primarily accommodates families (two parent and single parent families, both male and female led). There is accommodation for approximately twenty families. Self or agency referrals are accepted. The length of stay varies from one day up to thirty days. Twenty-four hour emergency admission is provided for families who are homeless or in personal crisis and in need of temporary emergency accommodation. In some cases, we are able to work with clients to divert a shelter stay, and provide support while a family works towards stability.
Rotholme Family Shelter has the Prevention of Homelessness Among Families (PHAF) program where the focus is connecting with families to keep them housed or find them housing so they can avoid coming into shelter. And, if they need to come into emergency shelter, workers help to get families out of shelter and into their own housing as quickly as possible, while helping them maintain long-term housing through housing stability.
The ILCLA provides information and support to all people with disabilities as they take risks in directing and managing their lives.
Helping a generous community share its food resources.
Zerin has always strived towards creating respectful communities where people live in dignity with hope and joy. This vision still rings true today.
For more than 35 years World Accord has been actively involved in highly successful international development projects and programs located in Latin America and Asia – with new and exciting projects being added as we continue to grow.World Accord’s philosophy of empowering people at the local level means that rather than simply sending money or sending our people to work in the field we take a different approach, based on the principles of partnership.
World Accord is successful because we partner with established local organizations already working effectively at the grass roots level in our program countries. We carefully select and screen our partners using a rigorous process of due diligence to ensure the integrity and expertise that our accomplished partners bring to all of our project and program endeavors.
During program implementation, we are involved in evaluating program activities, actively monitoring expenditures, reviewing progress reports and marking program milestones. Through ongoing interaction and regular visits to the field we ensure that every dollar you invest is handled wisely, providing the maximum benefit to the people and communities we partner with around the world.
Creating Connection is a network of more than twenty welcoming and inclusive communities across Canada committed to sharing in authentic conversation, promoting meaningful activities, and fostering holistic wellness practices.
Our communities engage in a variety of activities, including: coffee & conversation, adult colouring, drum circles, mindfulness meditation, yoga, lifelong learning & lectures, and knitting circles.
All are welcome regardless of background. Participants include individuals from diverse religious traditions, many who consider themselves “spiritual but not religious,” as well as those who identify as agnostic or atheist.
We are LGBTQ+ affirming.
Mission: Encounter promotes religious literacy and informed understanding of cultural diversity.