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Burlington's Compassion Statement

Deepen understanding of connections with, and support of, people served by our five local partner organizations.

Local Partners

Next Door Social Space
A community resource centre in the Aldershot area providing support for housing and employment search as well as hosting soup lunches, a women’s coffee hour, evening community meals, a community garden, a weekly ball hockey league for children, collective kitchen, English conversation circles and ESL. Next Door is also home to Rolling Horse Community Cycle. 

Drummond House
The purpose of Drummond House is to touch the lives of women and children by offering them temporary housing with practical assistance and compassionate care based on the teaching of Jesus Christ. 

Orchard Homes
Orchard Home is an intiative to create a Christian home with support for adults with developmental disabilities. The vision for Orchard Home goes beyond providing for basic needs. It is about creating a hub for intentional relationships and inclusion in a Christian community.

Bethany Residence
A residence for adults with mental illness. They provide friendship through social events and gatherings.

Crossroad Prision Ministries Canada
Crossroads Canada cultivates Christ-centred relationships between those inside and outside prison walls. 

Additional Compassion Engagement 

"Freeze it Forward" Frozen Meals
A way of reaching out to friends, neighbours and those in need through the gift of frozen meals. Meals are made two or three times a year and distributed through church members.

Community Dinner 

Weekly community suppers, serving more than 250 people three evenings a week. TMH Burlington helps with prep, serving and clean-up:

  • St. Christopher's Tuesday Night Suppers
  • Wednesday Night North Burlington Suppers (Glad Tidings Church)
  • Friday Night Community Supper (Wellington Square Church)
Please email John  Latta, Burlington Lead Pastor, with questions, suggestions, or to let us know how you’re serving in Burlington.

John Latta|