As a church we want to reach Canada for Jesus! We do this by supporting our National and Local workers! Below are who we support as a Church:
The Park Church directs 10% of its budget to the PAOC's District Office in Edmonton, to support church planting, nurture and evangelism through the S.A.L.T. program (Sub-Arctic Leadership Training).
Vanguard is the theological college of the Alberta and Northwest Territories district of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. Located in Edmonton, the college seeks to develop innovative, Spirit-filled leaders through sound theological and ministerial training. Vanguard (formerly Northwest Bible College) has provided ministry training to thousands of young people for more than 60 years.
The Park Church participates one Sunday a month to help minister to and meet the needs of homeless people in the downtown area of Edmonton.
Shiloh Youth Ranch is a summer Christian camp for at-risk children and youth ages 7-17. Shiloh Youth ranch provides an opportunity for at-risk children and youth to experience a week-long, high impact relational summer camp. Many of these children and youth, without the ministry of Shiloh, may never have the opportunity to receive hope, encouragement, acceptance, mentoring and unconditional love.
Connecting Streams equips and mobilizes the church to help society’s marginalized know Jesus and experience his power to change the world
two streams – we connect them
the church — society’s marginalized
Connecting Streams helps our volunteers navigate any required clearance processes for areas with restricted access. We provide volunteers a team, ongoing training, coaching, and prayer support.
Connecting Streams is part of the Canada-wide ministry of Power to Change
Since 1998, Adeara has worked fearlessly to transform the lives of women who have been struggling with addiction, poverty, trauma, and abuse. During that time, we have helped more than 600 women and their families rebuild their lives. The need for addiction recovery services in our community continues to grow, and we’ve set some daring goals to help us build for the future. We want to reach more women and children in crisis, expand our services, and collaborate with community partners on the creation of a new, larger facility.
The Canadian Bible Society (CBS) exists to promote and encourage, without doctrinal note or comment, the translation, publication, distribution and use of the Scriptures throughout Canada and Bermuda, and to co-operate with the United Bible Societies in its worldwide work.