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IMPACT REPORT 2018/19

Gather // Group // Give // Go

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Our mission is to facilitate life-changing connections with God, His Church, self, and the world.

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Gather, Group, Give and Go is how the bridge fulfills its mission and vision. Our mission is to connect people to God, His church, and to their world in life-building, life-enhancing ways. Our vision is of transformed people impacting their world in Christ.

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L E T T E R

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L ea d Pa stor When you read this year’s impact report, you’re going to be reminded of bits and pieces of our mission, vision, and strategy. You’ll see words like “connect”, “gather”, “group”, “give”, “go”, “transformed”, and, of course, “impact”. That’s what this little booklet you’re reading is trying to relay…the bridge has been impactful as we have been in Christ throughout the past year.

“For in Him we live and move and have our being.” - Acts 17:28a

Acts 17:28 says “in Him (Jesus Christ) we live and move and have our being.” Every success you read about, every initiative that was undertaken, every person that gave sacrificially, each and every contribution was possible because of Jesus Christ. He is our saviour, our leader, our inspiration, and our Lord. We are so thankful to Him for the joy and the privilege of serving His interests in the hearts and minds of those He loves. As a church body—a family—we continue to grow in our service to Christ and our community. Our mission is to connect people with God, each other, and the world in Christ-honouring and life redemptive ways. Our vision is transformed people impacting their communities in Christ. Our path is to live lives of worship through the way in which we gather, group, give, or go.

behind the scenes to ensure good governance. Thanks to the amazing volunteers who put in thousands of hours so that you and I can grow in our relationship with God and others. We are so blessed to have Pastor Shauna (Children’s Ministry), Pastor Darius (Worship Ministry) and Kathy Mo (Media Designer) join our team this year. As well, a huge thanks to Jon Roland for his six years of service on the board.

It’s been a great year on so many levels. We have many areas and initiatives that we are leaning into with purpose and passion. I’m just so very thankful for the gifted leaders that God has blessed our church family with. Thanks be to Jesus in whom we live, move, and have our being! Thanks to a great pastoral staff who faithfully equips you for life and ministry. Thanks to some amazing administrators who keep us accountable to policies and processes that protect the interests of God in our community. Thanks to a church board who works tirelessly

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As you read this report, I trust that God will challenge you towards greater levels of faith, hope, and love. Enjoy!

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THE STAFF

TEAM

BRIAN CHILDS Lead Pastor

SAMUEL MILLS Executive Pastor

KAREN HEPPNER Pastor of Discipleship

ANNA ANANDARAJAN Pastor of Care Ministries

JEFF BOADWAY Pastor of Creative Arts

DARIUS MCKOY Pastor of Worship

EARL JAMES Pastor of Communications

SAM CHUNG Pastor of Young Adult Ministries

RODERICK COHEN Pastor of Student Ministry

SHAUNA WEIR Pastor of Children’s Ministry

EMILY JAMES Pastor of Connections

CYNTHIA YOON Director of Administration

DEBORAH CHILDS OnMission Director & Office Coordinator

KATHY MO Media Designer

GISELLE ALBI Bookkeeper

KEITH JONES Facilities Coordinator

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G A T H E R

When we gather, we get a big picture of God and see ourselves in the context of that story. It brings clarity and an expanded vision of God’s purposes.

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To t a l a v e r a g e w e e ke n d a t t e n d a n c e

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4 KIDS 7 YOUTH

Baptisms WEEKLY AVERAGE ATTENDANCE

IMPACT THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS

623

CHRISTMAS EVE ATTENDANCE

1674

ADULTS

160

GOOD FRIDAY ATTENDANCE

1264

CHILDREN

54

EASTER SUNDAY ATTENDANCE

1431

VIBE

43

210

FRIDAY NIGHT VIBE

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT FEARLESS

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CONNECTION CARDS FILLED

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ATTENDED

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WE CAN

DO MORE

TOGETHER

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Our theme of engaging parents, volunteers, neighbours, and grandparents to work together for the sake of this amazing young generation.

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People attended the Generation Bridge Conference

30+ Volunteers served alongside each other

170 Lunch boxes served

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We met once a month on a Wednesday and Friday evening for five months with over junior high and senior high parents covering difficult sociological and psychological areas for youth.

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Teaching shared by our own Pastor Sam Chung, as well as invited guest speakers.

Fellowship given amongst parents in similar stages of life, connecting and supporting one another on their parenting journey.

OVER 50 different types of resources (podcasts, webinars, books, articles, etc.) made available on the Generation Bridge webpage.

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K I D Z O N E

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Amazing things are happening at Kidzone! We are so thrilled by another fantastic year of ministy and impact in the lives of children at the bridge and beyond. Here are a few highlights from this past ministry year.

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KIDS GATHER EVERY SUNDAY

VOLUNTEERS SERVE EVERY SUNDAY

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CHILD DEDICATIONS

KIDS BAPTIZED

KIDS PARTICIPATED

in the 2018 Christmas Presentation: “What’s Your Hope?”

KIDZONE IS DEVELOPING ITS OWN HOST TEAM TO MEET THE GROWING NEEDS OF WELCOMING NEW AND RETURNING FAMILIES TO OUR MINISTRY.

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THANK YOU PASTOR RUTH! This year, we celebrated Pastor Ruth as she launched into a new season of retirement! She served with the bridge for over 15 years as Children’s Pastor and her influence and impact will be forever felt. We thank her for her contribution, commitment and dedication to the ministry and we pray that this next season in her life will be fruitful and fulfilling!

“Finding a new church can be somewhat daunting; like finding a new home. From the moment we set foot at the bridge, we knew we were welcome here. Grief Share was a life saver and game changer for me back in 2016. Kidzone has been a safe, fun space where my child is now experiencing meaningful fellowship and worship. He tells me that he is actually learning about God, singing, praying, and being prayed for. This is music to my ears and makes me cry happy tears!” - Stephanie Femia

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YOUTH REACHED WEEKLY

with the Gospel

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YOUTH RETREATS

Vibe (Junior High) Winter Retreat: 70 youth. 2 buses. 3 days. TONS of fun! 35 Fearless (Senior High) youth started and ended the year off with retreats, which means they started and ended the year connected to each other, their leaders, and Jesus!

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ALLNIGHTERS

The Vibe youth really know how to invite their friends to the All-Nighters, with 90 youth attending both the Christmas and the Spring All-nighters.

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CHRISTMAS BANQUET

With a fireplace, onesies, Christmas stockings, food, and stories from Pastor Ruth, 40 senior high youth really felt at home during our Christmas Banquet.

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YOUTH LEADER RETREATS

The leaders cherish this time because we get to build with each other, as we build the youth ministry together.

I LOVE HELPING OUT IN VIBE. THE LEADERS ARE LIKE FAMILY WITH THE COMMON GOAL OF HELPING KIDS GROW THEIR FAITH THROUGH OPEN COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIP BUILDING. AFTER SEVEN YEARS, I STILL CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF THESE KIDS. — TERESA MASKERY

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GATHERINGS FOR

YOUNG ADULTS Vision We exist to create a community where young adults can connect with one another and experience the love of God.

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By the end of August 2019,

YAs were gathering at YA.Nights each week, which is more than double from when we started YA.Nights three years ago. That is a 50% increase in three years!

30 Meals prepared for YA.Nights

25 Volunteers that serve each week

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Two retreats a year to engage those who are believers as well as those who are new to the church.

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young adults attending our summer retreat

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socials including: corn mazes, board game nights, yarnia (learning to crochet), pool events, beach events, overnight trips to Niagara, ROM trips, etc.

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LifeGroups are the great partner to the Gathering and are big church made small. We do life together.

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of adults in LifeGroups

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LifeGroups +12 new groups!

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LifeGroup Leaders

+16 new leaders!

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LifeGroup Snapshot gives us an opportunity to get a “taste of” a LifeGroup. It is an opportunity to meet with a few others that are “checking out” LifeGroups and together experience some of what you might experience in a LifeGroup.

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people attended

LifeGroup Connect is an event held twice a year, which is your opportunity to get connected to a LifeGroup in your age and stage.

Number of registrations

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Number of new connections

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When Pastor Karen first approached me about leading a LifeGroup, my answer was a hard “NO”!!! I felt inadequate and unqualified to lead and I was already so busy with work and other commitments. The thought of leading a LifeGroup was incomprehensible to me and I was unwilling to even consider it, but God began working in me and challenging me with how I was stewarding my time and resources. Within months, God turned my “no” into a very joyful and expectant “YES”! God has blessed me with community and friendship in the deepest sense through my LifeGroup ladies. Each member of our group contributes wholeheartedly whether it’s by sharing during our gatherings, helping to facilitate the discussion questions, bringing snacks, helping with clean up, organizing socials and service opportunities, and by caring, praying and challenging one another. The LifeGroup Cohort has also been such a blessing on this leadership journey, helping to guide and equip me along the way. I still have days where I feel inadequate to lead and overwhelmed by life’s commitments but I’m growing and my faith in Jesus is being deepened. - Andrea, LifeGroup leader

Next Steps

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individuals attended Seasonal Groups

2018–2019 SEASONAL GROUPS

Stress & Anxiety Divorce Care Grief Care Mental Health Caregiving Remarriage and Blended Families

Anger Management Emotional Healing The Total Money Makeover Understanding Loneliness Surviving the Holidays Seminar

“I am sending you this note to thank you for such a well needed Christmas gift. Your thoughts and prayers are very much appreciated. God knows how much I’ve been struggling. Over the last five years, our family has been through so much with the deaths of my two brothers, my father, my lifelong friend, my husband and, last year, my fiancé. I also deal with my critical disease daily. God knew I needed this pick-me-up. I just cannot express how much this beautiful surprise was for me. The magic of Christmas. I will carry my gift from you in my heart always.” “I wanted to express how much of an encouragement and blessing that your ministry has been to myself and my family. My husband and I went through a painful separation, which has been very difficult for me and my children, as well as a huge financial strain. You do not know how much of an encouragement and blessing the Christmas Cheer basket was to us during such a difficult time. Thank you for thinking of us and for being so generous in the distribution of gift cards and food items, which all helped to lessen my financial strain at Christmas and to brighten a bleak time for us.”

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Grouping across the bridge B R I D G E

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Small Groups

Small Groups Leaders

Separate Team Nights

Bridge Worship Socials B R I D G E

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Prayer partners pray for prayer requests sent through prayer prompts weekly and monthly.

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Give is the outflow of our time, talent, and treasure— our finances. It is giving out of the abundance God has given to us.

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Prayer partners meet weekly to pray for the ministries of the church and the needs of the church family.

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Leaders serving in the Youth Ministry, who are organizing, planning, teaching and so much more!

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Student leaders serving and leading in Vibe every week.

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Youth serving during the “Youth Take-Over” Sunday services.

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new worship team musicians

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new production technicians

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new set design members

bridge worship served over 324 hours in planning and rehearsals to prepare 109 unique gathering services.

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People serving in ministry 45 new people connected to ministries

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It has been a journey to see and be a part of the kids’ journeys as they grow in their faith and have fun. There are times that are more tiring than others, but overall, I know that it is all worth it. To God be the glory!

volunteers currently serving in Care Ministries compared to 39 in 2019!

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- Andy Chan

volunteers serving in Host Ministries.

Giving That Produces Fruit

5 1000+

Live song recordings from our Easter services. Video and Audio.

hours of Young Adults serving (set up, tear down, food prep, pro presenter, audio/visual, social media, events, etc.)

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care connections take place each week prayer connections take place each week

counsellors who are investing their time and energy to coach, mentor, and just be present for our young adults to have someone to look up to.

Developed a LifeGroup leader training portal “onboarding.doinglifetogether.ca” and a site dedicated to LifeGroup ministry “doinglifetogether.ca”

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F I N A N C I A L

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T im Je nkins — Chair of t h e B u d get C om m i ttee; B oa rd M em b er

It is with a heart of gratitude that we reflect back on the fiscal year of 2018–2019. It has been another great year of generous giving and generous provision. Every dollar that comes in goes towards the ministry and mission of the bridge and helps to transform people to impact the world in Christ. Last year was one of the highest giving years on record at the bridge. Not only was week-to-week giving ahead of target on a regular basis, our year-over-year giving increased by $34,000. It was also very encouraging to see the extra financial generosity of the congregation this year to support our local community partners, refugee sponsorship and several families that experienced loss through tragic events. Our total income increased by $73,000 compared to the previous year ($1.89M vs $1.82M). Comparing income against expenses, the bridge ended the fiscal year with a surplus of $37,000. We were also blessed this past year to have completed the sale of our vacant land on the west side of our property. The sale proceeds of $15,295,700 were designated to pay off the debt on the existing building and property, for the redevelopment of our existing building, and the establishment of a vision fund. With our debt paid off, we are now able to use money once spent on interest payments to further the growth of the ministries at the church. The funds that are designated for the upcoming building project and vision fund are being held in investment accounts separate from the regular operating bank accounts of the church. The Finance Committee and the Board spent considerable time over the past year evaluating investment options and developing policies for these funds. We evaluated risk tolerance, accessibility and potential timelines of when these funds would be required to cover construction costs. In the end, we decided on a portfolio of conservative investments with staggered maturity dates. The Finance Committee and the Board have also committed to evaluating the performance of these investments on a regular basis. We are excited for the year ahead. The 2019–2020 operating budget was recently developed and we are planning for growth in all ministry areas. We are trusting that God will continue to provide the required resources. Thank you for partnering with us and for your generosity—over 91% of our income comes from your faithful giving. Also, a big thanks to the pastors and staff for managing the day-to-day operations for the bridge and for stewarding the resources provided to them.

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Financial Graphs for Impact Report 2019

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1% 4%

Giving

2019 2019 Income Income $1,892,000 $1,892,000

Giving Methods as % of Income

Giving Giving Ministries Ministries Rental Rental Other

Other

Ministries Rental Other Ministries Rental Other

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Ministries

2018/2019 Expenses

Missions Salaries & Benefits General & Admin. Building & Property

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WE GO

Going is the permeation of everything around us with the love of Jesus. Going is love in action. Going is engaging, being with, influencing, taking the initiative and being equipped to serve the world.

Monthly waste removal costs decreased by with the new waste management program.

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Average monthly breakdown

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people served with the Out of the Cold homeless program

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people volunteered to make SHARE Food Drive a success.

$16,000 worth of food collected for the Markham Food Bank.

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As a church, we raised funds to support a refugee mother to be reunited with her daughter; to help a single mom of four secure housing, food and clothing after losing it all to a fire; and raised funds on Good Friday to sponsor another refugee to Canada.

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the bridge launched a partnership with Compassion Canada and saw 82 children throughout the world sponsored. We supported

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full-time missionaries

Joanna Yee

Toronto Youth for Christ

Ashley Chan

Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship

Vanessa Mitchell Toronto Youth for Christ

Spain Kenisha Paradys Dominican Republic

Asha Chan Cambodia

Sayers Family South Africa

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family units were blessed through Christmas Cheer in December 2018 (compared to 55+ in 2017).

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worth of gifts were donated for Christmas Cheer (compared to approx $14,000 in 2017).

100+ 70+

meals were delivered to families who were going through challenging times.

The number of times LifeGroups served OnMission

Reaching YAs Over 100 young adults gather on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday for pick-up sports each week with meals being prepped every Tuesday. The YA Facebook messages are often hitting over 150 people with over 70 engaging with the posts.

4 youth & 20 young adults

went on the Dominican Missions Trip

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people from the local team were baptized!!

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OUR COMMUNICATION IMPACT There are so many ways we “go” for impact. One powerful way is through the use of design, video and digital resources. We’ve had an incredible year of growth in these areas over this past year.

OUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT thebridgemarkham.com Our main site saw strong traffic gains this past year.

6.17% TABLET

38.27% DESKTOP

TOTAL VISITS

40,548

HOW DID THEY FIND US? ORGANIC SEARCH DIRECT

59.40% TOTAL LIKES

862

55.56% MOBILE

32.30%

SOCIAL

6.80%

REFERRAL

1.50%

TOTAL POST ENGAGEMENT

+87

NEW FOLLOWERS

TOTAL POST COUNT

21,693

Amount of times people virally saw our content

437

93,155

VIDEO VIEWS

Video Check-ins

97,674

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TOTAL FOLLOWERS

517

TOTAL POST ENGAGEMENT

9,100

TOTAL POST COUNT

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VIDEO VIEWS

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ONDEMAND VIEWS

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NEW FOLLOWERS

TOTAL VIEWS

18,668

LIVE VIEWS

4,181

22,849 TOTAL WATCH TIME (MINUTES)

279,528

HOW ARE PEOPLE WATCHING OUR SERMONS? MOBILE PHONES

42.5%

COMPUTER

27.40%

TV

17.80%

TABLET

10.50%

GAME CONSOLE

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OTHER METRICS

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VIDEOS PRODUCED

PRE-SERVICE SLIDE VIDEOS

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5 MINUTE COUNTDOWNS

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APPROX. BULLETINS PRINTED

NEW WEBSITES

This past year, we launched six new sites to better serve people and get them involved in what’s happening at the bridge.

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KIDZONE — REACHING OUR COMMUNITY AND BEYOND This past year, Kidzone impacted our community and the world through various exciting events and activities.

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Adventure Bible Camp

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children heard the gospel in creative, interactive & engaging ways at our Adventure Bible Camp understanding that even when life gets wild, GOD IS GOOD!

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volunteers helped unite together to make Adventure Bible Camp a huge success!

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kids attended soccer & basketball camps in partnership with Onside Athletics this summer.

parents & friends from the community attended our March Break FAMILY LUAU!

Kidzone is now sponsoring a Compassion child from Ecuador with some of our weekly offerings.

$700+ Summer Students

raised from Adventure Bible Camp for Christian Hope Community Association in Barahona, Dominican Republic.

19 summer students worked in the areas of children’s, youth, young adults ministry, communications and operations. Working a total of 4560 hours.

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U P D A T E

Kevin A ide — Chair of t h e B u i l d i n g C om m i ttee; B oa rd M em b er

Property Sale April 2019 was an exciting month for the bridge as it saw the completion of the land sale agreement for 4.37 acres of our property to Andrin Investments Ltd., who intends to develop a townhome community. Due to the nature of the expected development on the property, the sale transaction was a complex matter that took longer than expected to complete. Upon completion of the property sale, the bridge paid off all of its debts and allocated the remaining funds for the building project—as well as a minimum of $1.5M—toward a “vision fund”. The vision fund is for future initiatives that advance the mission and vision of the bridge at a location other than 5440 16th Ave. While none of the proceeds from the property sale are to be used for operational purposes at our current location, the elimination of mortgage payments has allowed us to invest in additional staff members, whose addition has been a great blessing. Building Project Much progress has been made on the building project. We continue to work toward official Site Plan Acceptance, which we hope to get late this year or in early 2020. As part of the Site Plan Application process, we have received a second set of comments from various city departments and our architect and his engineers have addressed those questions and submitted those to the city. It is our hope that the city is quick to review our recent submissions and any further questions will be minimal. Parallel to this process, our architect has been working on detailed building drawings, which incorporate structural considerations, HVAC, electrical, ministry space design and other aspects of the building. For the ministry space design, the church staff have been involved in providing their vision on how they see their space being utilized and constructed. It’s paramount that the building serves the purposes of the church. Parking was a major milestone that we were able to complete during the past year. In May, we received conditional approval for our parking minor variance request and cleared all imposed conditions in June. As a part of our approval process, we were required to provide an overflow parking location should parking requirements at our current location not meet demand. While our parking study indicated that this would not be needed, the city planning department made it a condition of approval. I am happy to share that we have an agreement with Fred Varley Public School, which (at no cost to us) allows for the use of their parking lot as overflow should it be required. The way by which this happened so quickly can only be described as God-willed. The latest milestone took place in September when we completed our search for a construction management company. After a formal Request for Proposal process, we selected Hawkey Church Management. Hawkey will play a critical role in the church construction process and we are excited to be working with a company who has such a passion for building churches. We have so much to look forward to. Over the next 12 months, the progress that we’ve made will be so much more visible. Please keep the church staff in your prayers as they manage through the construction process and the impact it will have on their ministry space and programs.

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