As a multi-campus church, we believe that it’s important to be investing in the local communities that we are planted in.  Alongside our formal partnerships, we are pursuing ways to lovingly engage people to see their flourishing.

Local Outreach Opportunites

We want to love our city and communities. We also want to deploy everyone’s gifts to serve and further the Kingdom. Want to be apart? Check out the current opportunities below.

Questioning Christianity Table Leader

Throughout the year Northview offers a variety of different studies, courses and events that cater to those questioning Christianity, interested in Christianity, or curious about the Christian faith. During these events, we rely on leaders to help guide group discussions and help facilitate the evening.

If you enjoy talking about Jesus, helping others learn more about the Christian faith, and desire to join us in reaching our non-Christian neighbours and friends please email

Wednesday Evenings | Northview Community Church, 32040 Downes Road

School Breakfast Programs

As a church, we partner with local elementary schools to provide breakfast for students who might otherwise come to school hungry. We make large batches of healthy meals every Thursday from 9:00am – 12:30pm at our Downes Rd. Campus.

There are also opportunities to help serve breakfast Monday through Friday. This is a weekly commitment from 7:30 – 8:45am during school days.

If you are interested in helping and serving email Connor Belsher at

Formal Partnerships

Inasmuch Community Society

Inasmuch Community Society provides a safe home, comfortable furnishings, good food, quality clothing, medical care, transportation and more to refugee claimants. They walk alongside family members through the various stages of their application to remain in Canada; They help them find good jobs, and support their transition from the Inasmuch home to a place of their own. The families arrive with various levels of English proficiency, english teachers develop and conduct weekly lessons specific to each family member’s needs or job goals. Since summer 2017, they have hosted and helped 26 refugee claimants at their two houses and have helped another 17 outside of Inasmuch. They have also delivered over 220 hours of English education.

Visit Website
Current Service Opportunities:
        • Currently accepting donations of household items. Please visit for a list of needed items.
        • ESL teachers to help refugee claimants with various levels of English. Various daytime and possible evening schedules are available. Contact for more information or to apply.
        • Help drive residents and refugee applicants to appointments, services, and places in our city. Contact for more information.
        • Provide Affordable Housing: Refugee claimant families are in need of places to stay and are looking for anyone who would be willing to rent out a suite or a room for social services prices. For 1 Person = 375, 2 People = 550, 3 People = 660, 4 people = 700, 5 people = 750. The rental agreement is only for a 6-month term and Inasmuch would come and train anyone who is willing how to be a good host to a refugee claimant family. If you are interested, please check out their website:

Cyrus Centre

Every night, there are homeless and vulnerable youth on Fraser Valley streets. Most of them have run away from an abusive home, were abandoned by their parents, have no money and no safe place to go. Cyrus Centre provides homeless youth, 18 and under, with a temporary, safe place to stay while working toward a long-term solution. Nationally, 1 in 5 homeless persons is a youth. Many are fleeing abuse, poverty, exploitation and drugs. Youth thrive when they can live, work and learn together and the staff at Cyrus Centre support them every step of the way.

Visit Website
Current Service Opportunities:
      • Meal Providers: Sign up on your own or with a community group, family or friends make and drop off frozen meals or serve a meal at the centre. We serve meals every single day so call to see what openings we currently have. (Abbotsford and Chilliwack).
      • Resource Centre: Spend 4 hours a week in Cyrus Centre’s Drop-In Resource Centre building relationships with youth and taking part in the daily routine. (Abbotsford and Chilliwack)
      • Food Bank Delivery and Kitchen Organizer: We need 1-2 volunteers to pick up food from the food bank on Friday mornings and bring them to Cyrus Centre. The volunteer(s) would be responsible for organizing the food in the fridge and kitchen. (Only Abbotsford)
      • Contact or phone 604-859-5773 (Abbotsford) or 604-795-5773 (Chilliwack).

The Salvation Army

Serving Abbotsford & Mission

The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of Abbotsford and Mission. In response to the call of Jesus, they come alongside the most vulnerable in our community who experience a variety of complex challenges in order to care and support them on their path to wholeness. At the Centre of Hope operates a thirty-bed shelter for men and women, provide nutritious meals for the community, offer medical care including access to a virtual doctor, emergency food hampers, and resources for families and individuals such as rental supplements, referrals to a variety of community agencies. The Pathway of Hope program focuses on identifying and addressing root cause issues for people living in poverty. It is a high-impact strengths-based case management approach to providing targeted services to people with a desire to take action to break the cycle of crisis and vulnerability.

Current Service Opportunities:

Abbotsford Food Bank

The mission of the Food Bank is to Nurture families and cultivate community within our city by providing supplemental food assistance and other supportive programs. They believe that people should not go hungry, every person deserves care, dignity, and respect, and many people become poor due to circumstances beyond their control. In addition to food distribution, the Food Bank is able to offer guests, free dental care at an on-site clinic, kids’ summer camps, seasonal fresh produce, and other exciting programs. The Food Bank serves roughly 4400 individuals every month. Food insecurity is in every community, families, single parents, seniors, our friends and neighbours, less than 10% of food bank guests are homeless

Current Service Opportunities:
      • Home Delivery: Driving teams of 2 to deliver food to seniors a few mornings every month.
      • Food Recovery: Individuals or small groups needed to sort perishable food received each morning. Sign yourself up or grab 3-4 friends and sign up a team!
      • Apply via application form at

Questions? Want to get involved?

Email us