Serving Our City

Churches-On-The-Hill Food Bank

The churches in the Yonge and St. Clair neighbourhood, collectively known as The Churches on the Hill, operate a food bank at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, on Mondays (6:00pm-8:00pm) and Wednesdays (10:30am-1:30pm). Donations of non-perishable groceries may be placed in the Food Bank hampers in the YPBC narthex or centre call.

Habitat For Humanity, Toronto

This non-profit organization puts volunteers to work building simple, decent, affordable homes in Toronto and around the world. Volunteers build homes, provide meals on the job sites, assist with administration, and staff the ReStore sales centres.

House Of Compassion

Established in 1989 by members of this church, the House of Compassion provides supportive housing for up to 21 men and women in three adjoining houses near the Queen Street Mental Health Centre.


This organization seeks to effect change through the integration of faith with business. Under CEO Alana Walker Carpenter, one of our church members, its goal is share the gospel of Jesus Christ among business leaders through special events, coaching, roundtable discussions, leadership development, and philanthropy.

Matthew House

This home in downtown Toronto is one way that Toronto Baptists extend hospitality, settlement assistance, and Christian love to newly-arrived refugees.

Meals On Wheels

The YPBC kitchen hums five days a week from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm with volunteers from area churches organizing and delivering hot meals for seniors and shut-ins.

Oasis Dufferin Community Centre

Based at Dufferin St. Baptist Church, Oasis provides a food bank, vocational training, English tutoring, a children's homework club, counselling, prayer, and other services for a primarily Hispanic clientele.

Out of the Cold

YPBC is one of about 20 Toronto churches that opens its doors to provide food and overnight shelter to homeless people during the cold winter months. Our program runs Wednesday nights.