How to Access our Groups and Supports:
The Hope Centre is currently closed to the public while we are in "lockdown" until January 23rd. We encourage you to join our weekly groups remotely. For our current schedule and for Zoom Meeting links, click here.
The Tiny Pantry remains accessible 24/7 in front of the Hope Centre. Please take what you need. The Tiny Pantry is restocked twice weekly. Visitors may also leave non-perishable, non-freezable food items in the pantry for others. We ask that you sanitize all items when they are placed into the pantry.
If you require more food assistance, including prepared meals, please contact us!
The Hope Centre is a Meeting and Gathering Place where people are invited to:
Engage in Quiet Conversation or Self-Study;
Seek Counseling and Encouragement;
Participate in Groups; and
Build Relationships, as we #FollowJesusTogether.
The Hope Centre is free to use. We supply a comfortable place to sit, and a fresh cup of coffee. It's not a drop-in centre or a cafe, but it is a place to learn and grow, to make friends and build relationships, and to find ways to serve our community together.
The Hope Centre is the base of operations for our full-life mentorship and discipleship programming. This includes life skills development and employment skills training through our Stepping Stones Programme, Leadership Development, Tangible Needs Assistance, Meal Programme, and more.
Contact us here with your question or to ask about volunteering.
Mental Health Support
Women of Hope group
Men of Hope group
Other groups through the year
34 Mary Street
(just south of Dunlop)
across from the Bus Terminal,
Open Tuesday thru Friday,
10:00am - 5:00pm