C3 Toronto is intentional about reaching people at a hands-on level. It is part of our mission to resource acts of charity that are already happening in Toronto and beyond. It’s an honour as well as a responsibility to love our neighbours in this way.
“We love because He first loved us.” – 1 John 4:19
Completed fundraiser marathons / Conducted needed yard work / Painted homes of low-income housing / Served children at Sick Kids Hospital / Fed the homeless / Ministered to workers struggling to get out of the sex-trafficking industry / Partnered with various charities in Toronto.
One of our proudest Love Toronto initiatives is providing a house for refugee youth. Matthew House is an incredible organization in Toronto that has helped over 1500 refugees from all over the world arrive safely in Toronto. In 2017 they were in desperate need for extra space. C3 Toronto used the generosity through Vision Builders to buy a residential property in the city, which we donated the use of to Matthew House to help them with their mission to serve refugees in Canada.
We believe in the power of partnership and we currently partner with over 35 organizations. Through initiatives like Love Week and our Love Toronto Connect Groups, C3 Toronto has practically impacted those in Toronto and around the globe.
Our partners have some incredible ways that you can support them remotely.
Make Face Masks for Yonge Street Mission
Make a meal for refugees at Matthew House.
Donate to our Virtual Food Drive in support of Daily Bread Food Bank.
Send an encouraging letter to a senior at LumaCare.
Join us for our online services every Sunday at 9am, 10am, and 11am
Do you need extra care during COVID-19? If you need additional pastoral support, practical support or prayer at this time, we’d love to connect with you.
If you made a decision, we want to support you and connect with you! Please click the link and fill out this form. Online Connect Card
Like you, we look forward to the day when we can physically gather together again.
We are encouraged that the government in Ontario has been loosening restrictions over the course of this past week.
As we look at next steps, our priority continues to be your health and wellbeing. We want to be responsible and ensure your safety is paramount as we consider re-opening.
With this said, we will not be meeting physically for the foreseeable future. We are actively working on a plan for when we will be able to gather together physically. We will be communicating in the Weekly Dose, on our website and via social media as we move closer to a reopening date.
For now, we will continue to gather together Online on Sundays, and virtually in our Connect Groups each week until further notice. We look forward to continuing to worship with you on Sundays and chatting with you via the Online Experience.