We are proud to be a part of our surrounding community of Altadore in South West Calgary, Alberta, Canada!  We have been on this beautiful corner lot in the inner city for over six decades, and have a rich heritage of love, support and encouragement to our community and neighbours. Some of what we offer to our neighbourhood includes:

Playtime in the Village

This free drop-in program is designed as a playtime for children and a coffee & chat time for nannies, caregivers & parents. The children’s program includes singing, bible story, snack and guided play.  It runs on most Tuesday mornings from September to May, 9:30 - 11 am.

Good Food Box Depot

The Good Food Box provides people in Calgary with a way to buy good quality fresh fruit and vegetables at low cost.  The boxes are delivered monthly to Altadore Baptist Church, and come in three sizes:

  •       Small:  $25, 25-30 lbs. of fresh fruit and vegetables
  •       Medium:  $30, 35-40 lbs. of fresh fruit and vegetables
  •       Large:  $35, 45-50 lbs. of fresh fruit and vegetables

For more information, please email goodfood@altadorebaptistchurch.com.  More information about the program can also be found on the Good Food website at http://www.ckpcalgary.ca/index.php/program-services/good-food-box.  

Local Mission Support

Through God, we at Altadore Baptist Church have been blessed to offer our support to many local Calgary initiatives over the years, including Alcove Addiction Recovery for Women, Inn from the Cold, the CUPS (Calgary Urban Project Society) Acadia and Bankview housing units, the Mustard Seed, the Calgary Pregnancy Care Centre Baby Bottle Campaign and many others.

Refugee Sponsorship

In December of 2014, three Baptist churches, Altadore, Bonavista and Northmount formed the group Calgary Baptists for Refugees (CBFR).  We explored various options within the sponsorship network. All churches agreed to raise a minimum of $9,000 with a combination of individual donations or budgeted line items with their church.  The group then signed to sponsor two Syrian refugees.  This experience was very positive. The church continues to help out others who are new to Canada.