Partnerships & People

The Missional Team seeks to develop relationships that help PCC develop as a missional community. Partnerships are intentional relationships that involve PCC in a committed partnership that includes financial support. We believe that good partnerships should benefit each other in transforming ways--like good friends should.

Christian and Missionary Alliance: We join many in the CMA to combine resources to invest in missional work in Canada and around the world.  There are two specific funds we recommend. Primarily the Global Advance Fund which provides resoures and equips over 300 missionairies in other countries. Secondly, the Canadian Ministries Fund which invests in training, church planting and partnering with missional efforts in Canada.

Cloverdale Community Kitchen: In response to the community need, Pacific set upon building a community kitchen in 2013. It is a commercial kitchen through which we partner with other organizations to help address hunger and homelessness issues.

Cloverdale Christmas Hamper: Pacific partners with churches, schools, businesses and other non-profit agencies to provide needed hampers (big hampers) to over 400 families at Christmas. This ministry is led by members and uses warehouse space at PCC but involves all of Cloverdale to do something very good. Learn more...

Help Fund: A fund at Pacific which is addresses the financial needs of those in our communty.

Tim Higginbotham at NAIM: Tim works with NAIM which is a First Nations ministry in Canada. Learn more...

Young Life: Brendan Weidner, Surrey Area Director, attends PCC and oversees the Young Life ministry in Surrey. Pacific partners with Brendan by providing office space and storage for their ministry activities. 

Partnerships and People

Pacific seeks to be a community committed to participating with God locally and globally. We believe that partnering with ministries and people that align well with who we are helps us to be a involved effectively in God's mission. Partnerships represent developed relationships that include levels of commitment between us and others. Endorsements represent people involved in a variety of ministries not directly associated with PCC that we want to cheer on and support when we can. 

Tim Higginbotham at NAIM: Tim works with NAIM which is a First Nations ministry in Canada. Learn more...

Mt Currie VBS Setup: An annual youth and family trip to Mt Currie BC to help set up a summer First Nation's VBS camp.

Courtney and Jake Klassen (YWAM): Out in the outback in Australia serving as camp leaders through 2019.

People we endorse at Pacific

These are people who have a relational connection to PCC and who represent significant missional ministries. An endorsement provides them freedom to share their ministry at PCC and to invite others at PCC to participate in what they are doing. Endorsement does not necessarily mean that they are included in PCC's Missional Fund which strategically lists the projects and people we are focused on in a given year. However, because we endorse them as a Missional Team, we recommend them to you as worth supporting. The Missional Team continues to connect with each of them and continues to seek opportunities to meet and interview people at PCC to learn about their ministry. We endorse people or projects that we sense are aligned with our mission and vision at PCC.

Renel and Rebeccah Honorat: They live in Grand Goave, Haiti. They participate in overseeing a Christian orphanage and school.  Learn more...

Ralph and Ruth Shareski: Christian & Missionary Alliance Missionaries church planting in Heidelberg, Germany. Supported by our Global Advance Giving. Learn more...

Chris and Angela Hiebert: Christian and Missionary Alliance Missionaries church planting in Mexico City. Supported by our Global Advance Giving.

Brendan Weidner: As described above under Young Life.