Hope Toronto is the means through which we educate, equip, and empower individuals to love and serve the City of Toronto.
IN WORD AND DEED
We recognize that we share in humanity’s brokenness (Rom. 3:23) and seek to alleviate the burden within our city. As Christians, we acknowledge we are called by Christ to love and serve the broken, resource poor, oppressed, and marginalized (Luke 10:25-37; Matt. 25:31-46) just as our Saviour did. And like our Saviour we are called to act out our faith through both word and deed (James 2:14-17; Luke 24:15). Ultimately, we want to extend love and grace to all in the name of Jesus Christ because we know that true freedom for all is found in the gospel, which alone has the power for real transformation.
Currently we are affiliated with seven different organizations that serve various marginalized and oppressed populations in the city. These agencies function as our experts in the field in helping us to understand more about how we can love and serve their clients through their respective agency or on our own. Grace Toronto also runs a meal ministry that is led by members of our own community.
The Adam House serves refugee claimants in the west end of the city by offering transitional housing and job skills training, amongst other services to residents.
An organization whose mandate is to reduce the amount of children entering the child welfare system. This is done through recruitment of host families, who are thoroughly screened, to care for and take in for children for a temporary period of time.
A ministry to the elderly and homeless population in the Cabbagetown community (Note: program currently on hiatus until further notice)
A program under Youth Unlimited that serves the needs of homeless and street-involved youth through outreach and mentorship.
An organization that serves children in the Regent Park area by offering tutoring and other after-school programs.
A ministry within Grace Toronto Church which provides an opportunity to serve the congregation and our affiliations through providing home-cooked meals when a need arises.
The PCC serves women with unexpected pregnancies through pre/postnatal support. This includes, but is not limited to, offering pregnancy tests, options counselling and referrals out to appropriate resources.
TCM serves children in some of Toronto’s high-needs neighbourhoods by offering tutoring and other after-school programs.