Outreach and Partnerships

Our life in the neighbourhood and beyond

Hamilton Out Of The Cold


HOOTC responds to the needs of the most abandoned of our city's poor and homeless people - basic physical needs of hot food, warm clothing and the deeply human needs of compassion, dignity and feelings of self worth. Some of us volunteer at the Hamilton Out of the Cold (HOOTC) program held in churches, from November to March - or we bring new underwear!

Hill Street Community Garden


The HSCG serves the Southwest Hamilton community by organizing & providing a shared community garden and allotment space where people of diverse backgrounds can meet and nurture friendships. Workshops are held, sometimes in the St. John’s kitchen. The HSCG also provides opportunities for people to grow food for local food banks, soup kitchens, or other neighbours in need. St John’s can assist their work by responding to requests as they are made apparent.

Hôpital Albert Schweitzer, Haiti (HAS)


www.cfhas.ca (Canadian Friends of HAS)

HAS is a “Beacon of Hope” for the people of the Artibonite Valley located in central Haiti. Through a Hamilton group called “Canadian Friends of HAS” we support Maternal and Child Care programs. Support Child and Maternal Health Care at Hôpital Albert Schweitzer in Haiti.

Micah House


Micah House demonstrates God's love to newly-arrived refugees in Hamilton, provides short-term accommodations and helps them start again in Canada.

The Mission to Seafarers


Primates World Relief Development Fund


The Anglican Church of Canada's agency for sustainable development, relief, refugees, and global justice. We buy PWRDF Christmas Cards to support Anglican World Relief.

St Matthew’s House, Hamilton


Set in the inner city, St. Matthew's House gives hope, helps improve the lives, and builds the capacities of those most in need. We give food to the St. Matthew’s House (SMH) food bank on Barton Street—needed all year.

The Bridge


The Bridge provides housing and rehabilitative support services for men who have been incarcerated in order to assist them with reintegrating into the community. The Church of Saint John the Evangelist supports the Bridge by hosting programs.