We are always looking to our neighborhood to see who we can bless, come alongside, help, and learn from. Below are just some of the ways we are seeking to share the love of Christ with those around us. Have an idea? Know someone in need? Contact us.
Cedar Park is partnering with MCC to respond to the global refugee crisis. In February 2016 we welcomed a young Burmese couple who had spent their lives living in a refugee camp in Thailand. Read more about our sponsorship initiative.
Migrant Worker Support
Cedar Park has a history of reaching out to the many seasonal workers who live and work at the greenhouse farms in South Delta. View our Facebook page for updates.
Cedar Park Church hosted a community forum on Delta’s Housing Affordability Crisis in March 2017. Our written summary of the day’s topics, presenters and public feedback is available here.
Music and Dessert Evening
The Delta Hospice Society comes alongside those faced with life-threatening illness, end of life, and grief, the Hospice offers holistic care and support.
Cedar Park has been hosting a dessert fundraiser since 2008 to bless the Hospice Society in their sacred work. The evening, which takes place annually in December, includes superb live music, exquisite dessert, a silent auction, and guest speaker who shares his or her experience of receiving care from the Hospice Society.
Commenting on the 2014 fundraiser, Hospice executive director Nancy Macey said, “We are truly blessed by the great work of Cedar Park. We are so thankful to them and really value these important community partnerships. Funds raised directly impact the care we provide in the community”
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Imagine That Arts Camp
Budget cuts to public school funding has been squeezing the arts out of classrooms in BC. Believing every child has the right to have their God-given creativity nurtured, Cedar Park started the Imagine That Arts Camp. The mission of our annual day camp is to offer quality arts programs to kids in our community, introducing and encouraging interest in the arts by providing an opportunity to be mentored by artists active in their fields.
Worship service at Mountain View Manor
The churches of South Delta join together to hold weekly worship services in Delta Hospital’s Extended Care Unit. Every six weeks, on a Sunday afternoon, volunteers from Cedar Park lead a meaningful service of singing and visiting with the residents at Mountain View. The service is followed by a time of serving coffee and visitation where we make ourselves present to the residents, nurses, and volunteers.
Contact us if you would like information about joining our group of volunteers.