Friendship Kitchen

Ani is a happy lady from Syria and always has a big smile on her face. She knows deeply that God has called her to serve in Canada and by combining her experience and passion, she had found the perfect opportunity and platform to serve Syrian women who are trying to integrate into the Canadian

Understanding my Mother

~ By Shen Wing Lui Shen Wing Lui has been an active participant of 105 Gibson’s Abundant Life Institute and hopes to be more involved with the Centre’s activities in the future. He moved to Toronto from New Brunswick in 2013 as he wanted to live closer to his mother and sister. He was introduced

Growing a Supportive Community

~ By Elaine Cheung Sports has always been a part of my life. Bowling, table tennis and badminton were my favourite during my college years. Over the past 20 years, I also grew an interest in tennis, line dance, Zumba and other fitness exercises. I started teaching line dance and Zumba at 105 Gibson in

The Fulfillment of Learning and Serving

Winston and his wife Ruby joined 105 Gibson’s Abundant Life Program (currently Abundant Life Institute) almost two years ago as they identified with 105 Gibson’s mission and decided to support the community by attending the classes here. While Winston enjoys tai chi classes, Ruby loves to attend line dancercise classes to stay healthy.  Winston is

A Mutual Exchange of Benefits

NPower Canada has been renting 105 Gibson Centre’s facilities since September 2016 to host our free IT training and job placement program for underserved young adults. Though we have several locations in the GTA, 105 Gibson was our first site in York Region. Its location along the Markham/Toronto boundary makes transportation convenient to our participants.

Sports and Mentorship

Terry loves to play sports at a young age and he loves to share different sports with the community through regular classes, tournaments and workshops. But his goal is to share Jesus’ love and build a friendly relationship with them. Often people think sports are only for younger boys, but for Terry, raising people’s physical

Father – Son Learning Time

Cheung’s family is one of the few families in which two generations attend classes at 105 Gibson Centre together for one mutual interest – stay healthy.  Mr. Cheung Hin-Tung (the father) has poor vision and weak knees limiting his mobility and thus made it difficult for him to exercise. His son Edmund and his daughter-in-law Cordelia invited

A Familiar Sport at a New Place

James immigrated to Canada over 40 years ago and is now retired. He is quite active and enjoys playing sports in his spare time. He used to play badminton but had also explored other sports. He has recently learned to play pickleball which is a combination of tennis, table tennis and badminton. To James, it