The Kindness Project (“TKP”) has been funded with an allocation of
$10,000 from the Joan Spencer Endowment that will provide grants to Cappers to assist them in building upon the vision and initiative already evident at a grassroots level within our actively-engaged and missionally-minded community. Click the links below for information, application forms, and sample project ideas.

The Kindness Project – Summary Sheet

TKP – Application Form

TKP Idea 1: General Ideas for Action

TKP Idea 2: Block Parties

TKP Idea 3 : Meal Sponsorship on the DTES

TKP Idea 4: DIY Backyard Beekeeping

TKP Idea for Kids: Donuts & Socks


As part of Kim’s current sermon series, we practiced a kind of ancient prayer called “The Examen” (sometimes referred to as “Consolations and Desolations” at Cap. It is a technique of prayerful reflection on the events of the day in order to detect God’s presence and discern God’s direction for us.

Click here for some excellent resources on the Ignatian Examen.

A few weeks ago, in keeping with our sermon series  “Jesus, Vulnerable Women and Religious Men”, Kim interviewed Randene Hardy, asking her to tell us about her extensive advocacy work in the area of human trafficking. We listened with rapt attention as Randene spoke with passion and conviction about the vulnerable women and even children affected by this crime, and as she shared some success stories. Listen here:


Sunday Sermons & Featured Talks

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Mental Health Series

In this video – Practical Strategies for Handling Fear and Anxiety – four members of CapChurch, who are also trained and experienced counsellors, provide specific and concrete ways we can cope with our anxieties and our fears.

In the second video – Questions and Answers on Fear and Anxiety – four counsellors answer questions on the topics of anxiety and fear.

These videos supplement the four part Mental Health Month sermon series that took place at Cap in February 2018.

Jake Penner’s Rocking Horses 


Jake Penner was one of CapChurch’s founding elders. Over 40 years ago Jake was part of a bible study group on the North Shore that invited others to join and soon became Capilano Christian Community Church. One thing that characterized Jake was a love of children which he carried into his professional life as a school principal. Jake was also an avid woodworker both of furniture and houses. In the life of CapChurch, Jake undertook to bless children and families by building rocking horses. He would welcome a family into his home for lunch and then surprise them and their little one with their very own personalized horse.

View the story which was first aired on the CTV news in June 2013.