Contact Herb Carr,
Ministry Week Coordinator

Philip Bryant,


$50.00 per person
Early-bird registration (on or before March. 1): $25.00 per person
After April 15: $75.00 per person

About the Great Canadian Adventure

The Great Canadian Adventure 

The Great Canadian Adventure started in 1997, designed to be an essential part of a church planting movement in Canada. As churches were planted, the team in Canada found that they were learning new approaches to evangelism. When they shared some of those thoughts with GCA teams, there was an immediate positive response; many found the ideas to be readily adaptable to their own context. As a result, since 1998 The Great Canadian Adventure has paired the missions experience with training in evangelism.

Since the churches being started are in multi-cultural cities, the trip is also a great cross-cultural experience - without having to learn another language. The GCA has been tremendously effective at building bridges into skeptical communities and creating a positive awareness of the new church in the every community we have targeted.

Since 1997, the GCA has played a critical role in the initiation of four church plants – Grace Community Church in Mississauga, Ontario, Village Community Church in Milton, Ontario, Grasslands Church in Medicine Hat, Alberta and Community of Hope in Surrey, British Columbia. Grace Community Church and Village Community Church have merged and renamed Renew Church with three campuses adding Caledon. Visit and


Philip Bryant is the Director of the Great Canadian Adventure. You will want to contact him if you have any questions. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (604) 572-5683.

Herb & Sharon Carr are the ministry week coordinators. You will want to contact them if you have any adminstrative questions. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

OUR VISION: to see a reproducing mother church planted in every major urban center in Canada by 2020. 
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