When the world is in darkness, do Christians focus on self-preservation? Or do we see it as an opportunity to become the light of the world? Will we step up to share God's goodness and generosity to many people in need?
Reaching Out is more than just another sermon series, but a generosity campaign for the needy in the community.
Thank you for your generous gifts, the total amount of regular donations being received in May 2020 was $94,946.80! As planned, the amount has been donated among the following frontline organizations:
This morning, we made our fifth trip to Richmond Food Bank! Since the beginning of April, the church has donated more than 900 pieces of food, including rice, noodles, and canned food to the food bank. Thank you brothers and sisters for all your contributions! Although our food drive has ended, we encourage you to drop off your food donations directly at Richmond Food Bank (5800 Cedarbridge Way, Richmond)
We made our fourth delivery to Richmond Food Bank this morning. We thank God that the number of food items being donated through KMC has reached more than 700! Thank you again for your generosity!
Thank you for all your continued support! Many items have been collected at the end of April, as we made our third delivery to Richmond Food Bank! Donated items can be dropped off every Monday and Wednesday (10 AM - 3:00 PM) at KMC (Unit 150-13775 Commerce Parkway, Richmond, BC) Tel: 604.214.8243
"So many incredible community groups all across Greater Vancouver have been giving back! We want to take a moment to thank Koinonia Evangelical Church for raising $10,000 for our Food Bank to further help those who are in need." ~ from Greater Vancouver Food Bank
Thank you for all your continued contributions! We thank God for the many donated items at the second week of food collection!
Thank you for all the support! The first batch of donated food has been sent to Richmond Food Bank! Due to the Asian population at Richmond, we learned that rice and pasta are the most urgently needed item on the list.
After knowing that Union Gospel Mission is in need of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in their service at Downtown Eastside, we donated 1,000 masks to UGM right before the Easter Weekend!
After the pastoral team learned that Mission Possible at Downtown Eastside was in need of facemasks for the homeless, we decided to donate 1,000 masks (previously purchased for Sunday Service) to Mission Possible.