your support helps …   

 

  • SERVE - 200+ meals
  • WELCOME – 250+ people
  • APPRECIATE– 50+ volunteers
  • HELP up to 30 people in RESIDENTIAL RECOVERY programs
  • SHELTER people overnight in our emergency shelter

… each day

VOLUNTEERS help it all happen.

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Fri Apr 10 - SPRING BANQUET with Steve Delamar Band at Chilliwack Alliance

Services & Events


BUILDING… to change lives!

 

The Mission is nearing completion of  it’s renovated frontage enabling housing for 12 men and four women in the first phase of our recovery process.

This new program will replace our daily drop-in Emergency Shelter and convert it to a 30 day shelter with each resident being assessed and helped to find housing, access health care, work or recovery.            MORE>>

Our current EMERGENCY SHELTER is for those who are genuinely homeless…

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THANKS TO THE MANY ORGANIZATIONS & INDIVIDUALS
who have SUPPORTED the MISSION – your gift directly supports us in serving people every day…

Current Testimonies


3gens

Lauretta, Brigette & Breanna  are Grandma, mom & daughter – lovely people we enjoy welcoming to our nightly FAMILY FEAST. (Do you see the resemblance?!)

Joseph-before&after!

Little Joseph (age 2) at the FAMILY FEAST – before and after!!


Timothy&Summit!

 Volunteers have fun
Every month we enjoy the awesome (youth) combination of Volunteer teams from Timothy Christian School & Summit Pacific Bible College. They help provide and serve the 170+ people we see for supper. We love the fun and genuine care these young people bring (‘Before & After’ snapshots!)

 

News & Views


3friends

Roger, Ben & Grant enjoy a newly forged friendship and will no longer need to use our nightly Shelter.  (The Mission helping them find inexpensive shared accommodation)

THE MISSION EXPANDS…

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Funding for the exciting expansion at the Mission was largely made possible by The Chilliwack Fraser Rotary Club. Mission Executive Director Bill Raddatz receives a check from Gary Armstrong (Rotary President) and Brian Wierks (Rotary Director) today.

The whole front area will be walled in and contain a reception area with an ‘Intake’ office, and new bedrooms for people who first come to the Mission.

More News & Updates…