Inspired by our ministries with Indigenous peoples in Canada
- Reaching children in First Nations communities
Lorne Park has been privileged to serve for many years in building relationships and sharing in ministry to children in our First Nations communities in northern Manitoba and here in Ontario. Would you like to do something to bring fun, laughter and the love of Jesus to indigenous kids in Canada? Consider volunteering for one of our opportunities to serve a First Nations community.
Connected in care with our local community
- Serving our neighbours in need through our Compass ministry
The Compass is a volunteer-based Christian food bank and outreach centre in Port Credit, operated by 18 participating local churches and serving those in need in South Mississauga. Support through donating or volunteering is always needed.
Our SPARC day camp program has served our community for over 30 years. It has provided high-quality opportunities for children in a safe and creative environment where they can grow through interactions and the example of Christian values, modelled by caring, enthusiastic and experienced leaders.
- Providing a healthy breakfast to kids at Riverside School
Lorne Park played a founding role in launching the breakfast program at Riverside School in Port Credit. Each day students are given a healthy breakfast and care to start their day. We need volunteers on a regular or as-needed basis – consider joining us.
- Church Community Volunteers
Provides care for the community through volunteers who can help drive people to appointments, and assist the elderly and those in care facilities. Contact us about volunteering for CCV opportunities reaching beyond the Lorne Park community helps families in other countries find God, receive encouragement and tangible support. You can help too by getting involved, donating or coming to find out more about serving beyond this community. You too can make a difference in the life of a child, woman, man, family, and their future.