Mission Partnerships

Connecting with the city and beyond is our chance to share our resources of faith and willingness to serve with others — whether by organizing an interfaith service or providing food for some of Ottawa’s neediest citizens.  

Provides advice, advocates, and implements local and national educational programming about Canada’s First Peoples.

The ACF seeks to foster Anglican presence by providing abundant resources for innovative ministry and diverse infrastructure projects and theological formation throughout the Canadian church.

  • Cathedral Refugee Sponsorship Group (CRSG)

The CRSG, in partnership with Ottawa-based Rotary Clubs, participates in the ADO’s refugee program. As a Sponsorship Agreement Holder, the ADO has been a sponsor of refugees for over 35 years through the Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

Centre 454 is a day program located at 454 King Edward Ave (St Albans Church) serving people who are precariously housed or homeless. Each year, the Men’s Group co-ordinates distribution and collection of gift bags for Centre 454’s Christmas Party. The Cathedral community is pleased to host the Centre 454 Christmas party in the Great Hall.

The CCSAC is a collective of 23 churches in downtown Ottawa that has undertaken many initiatives ion behalf of people who are socially and economically disadvantaged. Since 1978, CCSAC’s main project has been oversight of the Centretown Emergency Food Centre. CCSAC’s mandate also includes advocacy for social justice, especially for issues relating to poverty.

The CRS is an international group which supports the outreach ministries of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Anglican Consultative Council, which include mission and evangelism, communications, ecumenical relations and administration and finance.

Cornerstone provides emergency shelter and safe affordable permanent housing for homeless women in Ottawa. Cathedral has provided $50,000 in funding for equipment of community kitchen in new Princeton Avenue facility

The Cathedral community provides food and financial donations and volunteer support to the Dalhousie Food Cupboard. The Cupboard serves approximately 750 people a month with essential grocery items.

Christ Church Cathedral Ottawa is a member of the Canadian Companions of the Diocese of Jerusalem, a national voluntary body of members of the Anglican Church of Canada that supports the Anglican diocese covering five countries in the Middle East.

This not-for-profit charitable organization was established in 2002. Their slogan is "Communities Building Communities." MHI brings together a coalition of faith groups, local businesses, civil society, the City of Ottawa, and federal/provincial governments to establish innovative, collaborative solutions to create affordable housing. Safe, secure, affordable housing empowers and transforms people's lives by improving health outcomes, educational achievement, social inclusion and economic opportunities.

The Ottawa Pastoral Counselling Centre offers counselling and psychotherapy services for individuals, couples and families (including children and teens). The OPC is located in the Bronson Centre in downtown Ottawa with two satellite offices, one in Carleton Place and another in Manotick. The psychotherapists at the Ottawa Pastoral Counselling Centre work with people experiencing a variety of issues.

PWRDF connects Anglicans in Canada to communities around the world in dynamic partner-ships to advance sustainable development, to respond to emergencies, to assist refugees, and to act for positive change.

SLT is a Day Program, located at St Luke’s Church, that provides community services, such as: meal programs for those in need; social services; recreational services; counselling services. The Cathedral community provides food, financial support and volunteers to St. Luke's Table. SLT provides direct service to approximately 750 people a month with essential grocery items.

A supportive and inclusive community where women gather to connect and build on their strengths. The Well/La Source delivers programs that support women in meeting their basic needs, making their life choices and participating in their community.