Inspired by God's love for humanity, Canadian Lutheran World Relief, challenges the causes and responds to the consequences of human suffering and poverty.
Harvest Project helps people who are experiencing challenging life circumstances, through channelling the resources of the community to provide physical, emotional and spiritual support that empowers people to take positive steps forward in their lives. Since 1993, Harvest Project has been reaching out to individuals and families in an attempt to help them cope with difficult life circumstances such as family break-ups, illness, job loss, addictions and mental health issues.
Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives is an organization effecting social change through advocacy, education and research programs in: Ecological Justice, Economic Justice, Energy and Extraction, Human Rights, Just and Sustainable Livelihoods, and Indigenous Peoples. These programs are informed by, and networked with, approximately 21 partner organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East; about eighty local grassroots groups across Canada; as well as with countless other organizations, churches and individuals
Lutheran Urban Mission Society helps those in need on the downtown eastside.
Lutherans Concerned/North America is an organization of laypeople, pastors, and congregations that are primarily from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) who are working for the full acceptance and inclusion of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities in the life of the Church. It is one of many LGBT-welcoming church movements to emerge in American Christianity in the late 20th century.
Lutherans Concerned's mission statement reads: "Working at the intersection of oppressions, Lutherans Concerned/North America (LC/NA) embodies, inspires, advocates and organizes for the acceptance and full participation of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities within the Lutheran communion and its ecumenical and global partners."
Is a global communion of Christian Churches in the Lutheran tradition founded in 1947 in Lund, Swedan, and now has 145 member churches in 79 countries all over the world representing over 70 million Christians.
Helping people help themselves is essential in addressing homelessness and all the issues that surround it. Securing appropriate housing is the first and most essential step in achieving responsible independence for individuals.
The Mission is a community centre for Surrey residents. It is a place where people of all ages and circumstances are welcome and where hope and opportunities exist.