–  E V E R Y   D A Y  –

•  WELCOMING – 250+ people from the community


•  SERVING with – 20+ volunteers of all ages


•  HELPING  – up to 26 in our RESIDENTIAL RECOVERY program.


•  SHELTERING the homeless – up to 16 stay in the 30 day Shelter

with 10 full time trained STAFF

Services & Events

LoveinMotionLove in Motion is a regional and cross-country bicycling and motorcycling tour.

PLEASE SUPPORT the Mission by supporting this ride!!   READ MORE>>


We are pleased to announce the opening of our new RAN wearhouse. Clothing, blankets and shoes are distributed daily 9:30 – 11:30 am.


1820 HOUSE is our Sunday 6 pm chapel service held at the Mission.
The goal is to create a comfortable place where relationships can be formed and hopefully where people will feel comfortable inviting those without a home church back to theirs. For those who will never attend a church service gives them an opportunity to connect with the Church as a whole and most importantly with God. Currently around 100 people meet every week.

Cory Buettner

Current Testimonies

Roy (pictured) is a Resident at the Mission. He received a dramatic answer to a desperate prayer… http://ranmission.ca/roys-change/



Shirley – a regular Guest at the Mission has found faith and is being Baptized June 12 at Crossroads… READ MORE>>

Chaplain’s blog

“One of the biggest steps forward in learning to love well came when I made the distinction between caring for others and taking care of others…” read Dr. John Gray’s insightful article ‘Addicted to taking care of others’   >>>

Screen Shot 2016-02-24 at 4.22.32 PMFAMILY ANXIETY  Mission services are offered to people who are not just financially challenged but who suffer with other issues and challenges such as chronic anxiety. In BC 20.4% of children live in poverty. One therapist stated “If mom comes home and has a breakdown when she opens a bill, ‘I don’t know know how we’re going to pay this month’s rent!’ this increases the child’s anxiety.”  A McMaster University study revealed that children and youth who live in poverty are at three times higher risk of developing a mental health problem with anxiety being high on the list.
Practical help, like clothing donations and meals improve self esteem and reduces stress for the families. Peter Biggs – Director of Community Services.


News & Views

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The 120+ Guests from the downtown community nightly express their thanks and appreciation for each evening’s Adopt a Nite meal providers. Out latest addition is the fun SUPERSTORE staff team! (pictured above with Chef Tony).


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Students from Ron Neels’ Grade 11 leadership class at Mt. Cheam Christian School in Rosedale show off the nearly 15,000 food items raised by the school and donated to the Mission. This is the biggest donation the mission has ever received. Food is given in Emergency Hampers to people.


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A surprise gift came in last Tuesday for our KIDS CLUB – weeks of craft materials! Heartfelt thanks to Sardis Fellowship Baptist Church.

More News & Updates…