Fairview is a missional church.  We support not only the Mission of The Presbyterian Church in Canada through Presbyterians Sharing but also the work of Presbyterian World Service and Development and the Women's Missionary Society.  We further support a variety of local and international mission work including:

Fairview has also been involved in "hands on" international mission work in Cambodia through Ratanak International.

As a part of The Presbyterian Church in Canada, we support Camp Douglas, a Christian camp for families and children of all ages whose program includes beach, ocean and forest activities as well as classic campfire fun.

Fairview has led mission trips to Cambodia to work with Ratanak International in the battle against human trafficking – the child sex trade in particular.

The first trip was in 2001 to see the orphanage Fairview had funded for AIDS orphans. Three of us went from Fairview to bear witness to God’s faithfulness. Thanks to the Renewal Fellowship for maintaining this blog over these many years. Read more here.

In 2008 the Fairview team went to a village outside of Phnom Penh, the capitol of Cambodia, to demolish the interior of a former child brothel so that it could be used as a school, healthcare hub, community centre and church. You can read about the trip through the team’s blog found here.

In 2010, Fairview led a team to paint and prepare another building in the same village as the work happening had outgrown the first building. There is more information in the team’s blog here.