Our Missions Partners for 2018

At Church in the City, we have benefited for years as other churches and friends of CITC have supported our efforts in downtown Toronto. In 2018, our goal is to give $22,000 to local and global missions with the intent on expanding our impact in Toronto, Canada and around the world. Beyond our missions, we will continue to partner with our local agencies in the St. Lawrence community like Toronto Police and Toronto Fire Services as well as our local elementary and post secondary schools -- we strive to be an active participant in serving our community. You are welcome to contribute to our efforts through Sunday offerings online giving on this website. Thanks!

  • Compassion Canada

    Compassion Canada is an advocacy program to help alleviate poverty in children and families in Jesus' name. At CITC, we sponsor two boys and two girls and have the privilege of knowing that they are enrolled in school, fed regular meals, given necessary medical treatment, connected to a local church in their community and given a more promising future. In 2017, CITC responded to support 28 kids!

  • Village of Hope, Mwanza

    Village of Hope Mwanza is a village that brings hope specifically to at-risk kids & youth in Africa. VOH Mwanza is a registered Canadian charity & connects well with our heartbeat at CITC, to bring hope & compassion to all people. We look forward to a continued partnership with VOH Mwanza. For more information on VOH Mwanza visit their website: www.vohafrica.com/villages/tanzania. 

  • Church in Regent Park

    CIRP is our plant church in Regent Park that we will be launching this on its own this Easter and promoting Mark Goring to be the lead pastor. One of the main outreaches of CIRP is the weekly community dinners with the majority of our guests living in Toronto housing, many are working but have difficulties making ends meet. This ministry is made possible by  partnerships with 12+ churches around the GTA.

  • Serving the St. Lawrence Community

    We are very committed to being a visible partner in our neighbourhood looking for opportunities to serve whether by ourselves or shoulder to shoulder with other community partners. Jesus set an example of engaging communities and bringing good ... we try to follow His example in the St. Lawrence.

  • Pregnancy Care Centre, Toronto

    The Pregnancy Care Centre in Toronto is a great organization that advocates for pregnant moms newborns and unborn children. The PCC also provides ongoing support, friendship and many supplies for new moms & dads. In our neighbourhood, there are single moms that have benefited from this great ministry.

  • ERDO (Emergency Relief & Development Overseas)

    ERDO is great charity that gives us an avenue to give to crisis needs around the world. ERDO got started as: "A massive famine struck Ethiopia in 1983, and before it had finished, an estimated one million people lost their lives. To respond to the massive need, leaders at The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada made a decision that would bring focus, energy and resources in a new way to serve the sick and hungry. From the biblical call to “do good”, Emergency Relief & Development Overseas, or ERDO, was born. ERDO now serves children and families in more than 30 developing countries."