Open Door X’mas & New Year’s Party 2007

 Given that many youths do not have plans for the Christmas break (especially new immigrants), we have decided to host a dinner party on Dec 29 (Sat) at 6pm.  Through various games, programs, dinner and gifts, we hope to convey a message of warmth and hope to these youths. We welcome any youths who maybe interested in this event.  There is no fee involved however we encourage that each participant to bring at least one non perishable food item.  We will collect all the items we receive from the event and donate them to the Richmond Food Bank in hope that individuals in need may also share the warmth. The location of the dinner party is as follow:

Club House of  10411 Hall Avenue, Richmond

For registration, please contact me at 604-813-2222 and for more information

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Focus Group


Some Characteristics:

  • Chinese – Speak Multiple Languages (Cantonese, Mandarin, English, or even Japanese)
  • Little Biblical Knowledge
  • Curious About Different Spiritualities But Not Churched
  • Cautious to Commit
  • Mostly the First Generation in Canada
  • Casual Dress
  • Mostly Communal but Demand Personal Space
  • Pay Less Respect to the Authorities
  • Expects Excellence
  • Busy but Always Have Time for Enjoyment (i.e. Sports & Entertainment)
  • Prefer Practical and Experimental Ideas and Advices
  • Demand High-tech Visual and Audio Experiences and Technologies

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Mission Statement:

The purpose of Open Door Community Ministries is to lead people to know God fully without any obstacle and to become passionate and lively followers: through Christ-centered testimonies – personal and communal, in order to glorify God.

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Our Faith

Open Door Community Ministries is a new church planting project in Richmond, BC.  For complete statement of Faith, you may refer to:
http://www.ccsb.ca/about/beliefs.htm

Who We Are
We are a group of people who do not have much knowledge about God and spirituality.  However, we do believe that there is a God and want His guidance in our lives.  We admit that our faith and knowledge in Him are little; yet, we will try to know Him more and follow Him closer.

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