Popular Hong Kong singer June transitioned her career focus in 2016 to teach singing and became a teacher at 105 Gibson Centre in 2017. In her teaching, she realized many people lacked self-confidence. With the hope to build students’ self-confidence, she also advocates the teaching ideals of mutual encouragement and support, and communal progress and
June lives within walking distance from 105 Gibson Centre but she had not heard of the Centre until she received the activity pamphlets in her mailbox in 2016. She initially wanted to join the singing class. Unfortunately, some of the classes were not offered in English so she joined the Zumba class instead. Elaine, the
We will be closed on Monday February 18 for Family Day. Regular hours resumes on Tuesday February 19. Enjoy the weekend with your loved ones!
105 Gibson Centre will be welcoming a new group of guests this winter through the Out of the Cold (OOTC) program. OOTC is organized by Mosaic Interfaith, a privately funded organization that partners with interfaith groups to provide hospitality that includes shelter and meals to those in need during the winter months. The Toronto Christian
~ Sandy Lam, Volunteer Coordinator I was introduced to 105 Gibson Centre by my sister-in-law Louisa (who volunteers here too) at a time when I was searching for something more in my life, something that would make a difference, a new purpose after a career in the corporate world. God had given me so many
Adam is the Youth Ministry leader at the Japanese Gospel Church of Toronto. Years ago, they had an idea for an outreach project using sports as a basis, but as a smaller church, they did not have a space that was large enough to play sports. Hence, they started to search for gyms that were available
Ray Lee Finding our way in this world is not easy. It can be by a lot of trial and error, working our way through other people’s obligations on us while trying to discover our own passions and talents. It may be a process of trying to make sense out of all the voices in
Subscribe to our e-newsletters here Read past issues of My 105 Newsletter here 按此下載「我的105」雙月刊 In January issue: FEATURE ARTICLE: Finding and Caring for the Hidden My Experience with 105 Gibson: Out of the Cold Program My Volunteer Story We Found a Gym 105 Gibson in Action Arts and Crafts Nights June
~ By Reverend Jonathan Chan Former General Director, 105 Gibson Centre Since 2013, 105 Gibson Centre has been serving the needy. Yet sometimes it is hard to even imagine that there are needy around us because of the success stories of the community. The reality is, there are those who are “hidden” in the community.
Many Syrian refugees have arrived in Toronto in recent years, with a high percentage of them residing within walking distance of the 105 Gibson Centre. By serving them through the Food Bank, Lok-Ping reflects on the true meaning of serving. We all have our comfort zones and a natural tendency to associate with people from