Starting Point:

Starting Point was developed to meet people right where they are and to be a conversational environment where people  can explore faith and experience community.

  • We Prioritize Things

  • Build Relationships

  • Handing off Answers

Fridays Bi-Weekly
Time: 1:00 – 2:30 pm
Room No 214 @ 1229 Ellesmere Road

What we do
– Devotions
– Programs for families starting over
– Support with verbal, mental and physical abuse
– Support for families fleeing their countries

Living In Fellowship Together - L I F T

Fridays Bi-Weekly
Time: 1:00 – 2:30 pm
Cedarbrae Community Church

  • Coffee, Snacks & Tea

  • Devotions

  • Crafts

  • Special Days

  • Retreats

  • Staying Fit & Healthy

Learn how both the ships, Fellowship and Discipleship work together!

LIFT Starts with a light dinner and it is an opportunity for the whole body of our Church to gather together.

Also a great way for people who are new to our Church to meet others and plug in.

Cooking Classes

Thursdays – Biweekly 
Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Cedarbrae Community Church

  • Recipes

  • Cooking Classes

  • Budgeting with Flyers

  • Hygiene Classes

  • Fellowship

  • Devotions & Prayers

” So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God ”
– 1 Corinthians 10:31

Health and Wellness

Health & Wellness is not only important for good health, it is also essential for a person’s self-esteem

Learn about the principles, types and benefits of Health, Wellness & good hygiene.


Family Nights

Bi-weekly Thursdays
Time: 5:30 pm
Cedarbrae Community Church

  • Family Programs

  • Bible Studies

  • Kids Programs

  • W2W

  • Crafts and Games

  • Choir and Music

  • and much more!

How delightful it is to have a family gathering and to enjoy dinner together?

The Salvation Army Cedarbrae Family Services host Family Night for the community followed by various programs, activities and Bible Study for different age groups.

Student Placements

The Salvation Army Cedarbrae Family & Community Services is committed to providing meaningful learning opportunities to students enrolled in a wide range of programs, particularly in the field of community works.

Pathway of Hope
A holistic approach designed to support you and your family as you take actions to meet your aspirations and goals.

The Salvation Army recognizes that poverty is a critical issue, and that everyone has a right to access to nutritious food.

​Preserving client’s dignity is of much important for us and all our clients are allowed to choose their own groceries and meat products.


After School Activity Program - ASAP

Well structured activity based learning program for kids between the age of 8 - 12.

Activities includes help with homework, small group devotion time, fun activities including crafts, sports,  cooking and much more.​

Monday – Thursday
3:00pm – 5:00pm

Back to School Program

In associate with Telus, family services provides hundreds of backpacks with supplies to students in need. This program provides vital school supplies to hundreds of kids who begin the school year without proper essentials.

Women to Women - W2W

An outreach program that encourages women from the church to invite friends to attend. This is a way to encourage women to join a biweekly group who might not have other ways of connecting with the people in the community and provide them with an opportunity to meet new friends.

Join us for Devotions, Bible Study, Crafts, Movies, Coffee & Tea & a light snack.


Christmas Toy Drive

Each Christmas season, The Salvation Army ensures that less fortunate children in our community will have new toys.

Summer Camps

Salvation Army camping programs aim to meet health, spiritual, educational, social and recreational needs through a creative, safe and fun experience.

Contact our office for further info.

Community BBQ

Barbecuing is kind of expression of life.

It promotes a feeling of Community.

Join us to celebrate the free community BBQ at this summer.

Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteers are integral to our community.

Volunteering helps to better our community.

Reduce stress, find friends, connect with the community, learn new skills, and even advance your career.​ Call our office for volunteering opportunities.

So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith. -Galatians 6:10

Happy Hearts

Happy hearts is a program that runs during food bank hours for toddlers. Whilst you collect your groceries we have a few staff members to keep your children occupied with games, coloring and fun. You are more than welcome to join us with your children for the program after you have picked up your food. 

Single Mom’s Network

Single Mom’s Network is a peer to peer support group for any mother who is raising children without the emotional support of a partner. Join us every Tuesday 10:00 am for spiritual & emotional support along with fun activities, games, crafts and much more. Play area provided for children.