Siloam Mission’s programs and services are provided free of charge, with dignity and respect, and without discrimination.
We serve hundreds of people every day, lending a helping hand to those who need it most.
A connecting point between the compassionate and Winnipeg’s less fortunate, Siloam Mission is a Christian humanitarian organization that alleviates hardships and provides opportunities for change for those affected by homelessness.
Statement of Beliefs
We believe in one God who has expressed Himself in personal ways. We know God’s personality as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
We believe the Bible communicates God’s saving message and is our reliable authority in all matters related to faith and Christian living.
We believe all humankind struggles with a downward pull.
We believe that unless we experience God’s help and salvation through a faith commitment to Jesus Christ, our future is one of eternal separation from God and all that is good.
We believe the love and grace of God is extended to every person in the provision Jesus Christ made through His death and resurrection. By turning from our own selfishness and trusting Jesus Christ, we experience a new life, free from the old patterns of self-destructive acts called sin.
We believe our new life in Jesus Christ is the gateway to transformation which, is an ongoing process of change and growth.
We believe all who live for Jesus Christ have an eternal future. Our belief in such a future includes both the fulfillment of God’s creative purpose as well as the accountability of all persons endowed with the power of choice.
We are a faith-based and faith-operated organization.
We believe in the leading, anointing and provision of God, which supersedes the best efforts, talents and knowledge of human beings.
We treat the less fortunate as objects of God’s love, mercy and grace who deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
We believe people should perform compassionate acts without ulterior motives; compassion is a legitimate and biblical expression of God’s care and love for hungry, homeless and hurting people.
We believe Christ’s death and resurrection are mankind’s only eternal hope.
We believe the love and forgiveness of God is adequate and available for all.
We believe the relevance of the Bible and that it transcends time and culture.
We believe the universal Church is Christ’s representative in word and deed.
We believe in networking with compassionate people of all denominations and faiths.
We believe our volunteers are vital to accomplish our mandates.
We believe in the equality of all human beings.
We believe that contributions of other inner-city agencies and ministries, both Christian and non-Christian, will help us alleviate the hardships of homelessness and poverty.