Congregational Support

We’re helping bridge connections between congregations across Canada.

In 2020, The GO Project launched a partnership program with three congregations in Toronto. In 2022, we added a fourth!

As a part of this partnership, The GO Project provides hands-on ministry and programs for children, youth, young adults, and families to each congregation.

Our goals in launching this program are to support communities of faith with quality ministry and to test-run our curriculum and program ideas with communities who love creativity and innovation. Our partner communities of faith receive trained, experienced, and expert ministry leaders at a part-time cost!

Look at what we’re doing with each partnership!

 

Kingston Road United Church

Metropolitan United Church

The GO Project began working with KRU in March of 2020 just as the COVID-19 pandemic was changing how we worship and meet together. Ever since March 2020, we have hosted a weekly virtual Sunday School with families from KRU as well as seasonal virtual events.

In 2021, we expanded the partnership to include leadership of a confirmation program, teen/youth group, family outdoor events, and more!

The GO Project began working with Met in March of 2020 at the same time as we began our partnership with Kingston Road United. After months of hosting weekly family drop-ins virtually, we hosted a virtual children’s camp with Met and KRU and then continued that partnership into the school year of 2020-2021 by hosting a combined virtual Sunday School.

In 2021, we expanded the partnership to include leadership of a confirmation program, teen/youth group, family outdoor events, and more!

Kingsway-Lambton United Church

Royal York Road United 

The GO Project began working with Kingsway Lambton in December of 2020 to cover staff leave, working in youth ministry. During those months, The GO Project offered weekly teen-drop ins, a confirmation program, and weekly young adult drop-ins.

In 2021, we expanded the partnership to include leadership of a family program, coordination of Sunday School, in-person and outdoor teen and young adult events, and more!

In September 2022, we are launching our fourth local partnership with Royal York Road United. Within this partnership, we are prioritizing innovative children, family, and youth ministry both on Sundays and throughout the week.

Family programs in partnership with our other congregational partners will offer new energy and an expanded community for all.

All of our congregational partners are at the forefront of innovation with The GO Project in doing children’s programming creatively, especially during COVID-19!

 

 

In our Sunday school time with Metropolitan and Kingston Road, we get to test all our curriculum ideas that we can then package and get to communities of faith all across the UCC!

Our partners are also helping The GO Project get back to our roots of youth ministry, giving us the opportunity to be in relationships with young people aged 13-22!

If you are interested to learn more about GO Project’s Congregational Support Program, email: alana@thegoproject.ca