ClearView FX Nights
Family Experience (FX) night begins with a pizza dinner and continues with an engaging live event where parents and kids experience skits, games, music and tons of laughter. Kids in grades 6-8 are invited to Junior Youth as part of our evening together. FX is a place to connect with everyone in your household and where everyone has fun!
Check out our church calendar for dates and times.
ClearView Community Garden
Our Community Garden is one of three gardens on church property in Oakville. They are cared for by a local urban gardener, Ali and many volunteers. His vision is to provide environmentally sustainable, organically grown vegetables to our local food banks and those in our community. Volunteers are always welcome with the greatest need being during planting and harvesting.
Those interested in helping with the garden can contact Heather Maat (email@example.com).
Wednesday Food Program
Every Wednesday, ClearView Church supports individuals in need through our weekly food program. In partnership with The Compass Food Bank and Food For Life we are able to promote food security in our immediate community. Each week participants receive a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables as well as food staples including eggs, milk, protein and non perishables.
If you would like food assistance through this ministry, contact Heather Maat (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ClearView Sports League
We recognize that participating in sports is beneficial to a child’s physical, social and mental development. Playing on a team builds confidence, friendships and community. We also know that at times there are financial barriers to good quality sports programs for school age children. ClearView Sports League was started with the vision of providing a high calibre sports program that is accessible to all. This Sports League is a weekly program that focuses on skills, drills and scrimmages.
For Program and Registration information click here (https://clearviewchurch.com/clearview-sports-league/)
Sheridan Woods Community BBQ
Summers in the ClearView community sizzle! Join us as we host summer BBQs in partnership with Frontline Outreach, a charitable organization that helps local churches and organizations connect with local subsidized housing communities for the purposes of poverty relief and community investment. Our primary objective is to address the symptoms of poverty and to invest in children and youth to enable them to break free from poverty.
Check the church calendar for dates and times.
The Compass is a neighbourhood drop-in centre in the heart of Port Credit. It is supported by ClearView Church and nine other local churches. Its purpose is to show God’s love by supporting those who are experiencing extreme economic and social challenges. The Compass offers free groceries, a welcoming and safe environment, a listening ear, and prayer when requested.
Click here for more information.
ClearView has an international partnership with the Nehemiah Center located in Managua, Nicaragua. The Nehemiah Centre is home to many church and parachurch organizations that are working together to train and encourage leaders in Nicaragua and other Central American countries. Two of these organizations are World Renew and Edu Deo which ClearView works closely with and supports financially. ClearView regularly sends teams of youth and has sent adult teams to learn from and share resources with the Nehemiah Centre.
Learn more about the Nehemiah Centre at www.nehemiahcenter.net, World Renew at worldrenew.net and EduDeo at edudeo.com
Kerr Street Mission- Neighbour Care Network
The Neighbour Care Network is a shared initiative of local church compassion ministries, organized, facilitated and supported by Kerr Street Mission. ClearView has trained Care Support Volunteers that walk alongside individuals in need in our congregation and community. As well, ClearView supports the financial needs of the Network when requested.
Kids & Me
Together with Halton Region, The YMCA of Oakville and the Oakville Public Library, ClearView host a "Kids and Me" program. It is a drop-in for parents and caregivers of children 0 to 6 years of age who are interested in being more connected with our community and other families while learning child rearing tips from parents and local professionals. Join us with your child on Wednesday mornings at 9:30 am for playtime, crafts, stories and other fun activities.
The Region has temporarily paused this program. We look forward to it resuming in the future. More information can be found at www.halton.ca