In the past, our community had welcomed many new users into our midst. Each person has a different story. How did they find their community here?Jack, who uses our Food Bank, also played basketball in our gym where he met new friends. Together, they formed a basketball league and entered into a competition in which they won a prize!May, who has mobility and eyesight issues, would usually spend her day...

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Ray LeeI celebrate the diversity, dedication and hard work of the volunteers who invest in the lives of others in the community by serving at the Centre. They come from many backgrounds and circumstances. We have over 100 volunteers spending an average of 1,770 hours here every month in 2019. This is phenomenal and much needed as our overall number of services continue to increase.However, we desire our impact...

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Ray LeeFinding 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 our heads. These voices may be conflicting too, so we can get confused, bogged down,...

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By Rev. Jonathan Chan105 Gibson Centre hosted four Christmas celebrations in December and were attended by about 800 guests. This signified a beautiful end to our ministries in 2017. Looking back, we had the highest and most diverse attendance this year – including seniors, students from our classes, Syrian new comers and youth from the community. A lady from Trinidad told me that she enrolled...

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By Rev. Jonathan ChanAfter four years in operations, 105 Gibson currently has 20 core staff and volunteers serving as ministry leads and support. This group is diverse in talents, skills, perspective and background, unity in vision, mission and love for our neighbours. Working as a diversified team has not always been easy.We attended a 2-day retreat in September in order to establish a means of...

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