40 YEARS

Years of Hope

Our Mission

Our Mission is to provide compassionate community support to women
and families facing an unexpected pregnancy so that they can thrive
without seeing abortion as their only option.

Extending the legacy

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Stories of Hope

Timeline & Milestones

1981-1984

Howard and Betty McPhee and many other Christians became concerned about affirming the value of human life in Toronto. They formed the Toronto chapter of the Christian Action Council (CAC) and began speaking at churches and schools. Three years later, they decided to open a Crisis Pregnancy Centre to reach women with the good news that Jesus loves them and their babies, and they do not need to abort.

1994-2001

The centre opened a second office in Scarborough at Morningstar Christian Fellowship Church. The new location guaranteed proactive support for women seeking support in the east end of Toronto.

2008-2014

PCC has continued to expand services since 2008 through the First Response Network. Through the use of evening office spaces provided by a number of churches, including Grace Toronto, Westminster Chapel, Stone Church and Christian Centre Church, PCC’s support was extended to serve families throughout Toronto. In 2014, a new office space was made available to provide services to the Hispanic community in the west end of Toronto.

2020-2024

PCC’s Downtown locations were consolidated, and PCC opened its first permanent office in the Toronto School of Theology building on the University of Toronto campus. In 2020, client services were extended to Richmond Hill through a partnership with Bethel Canadian Reformed Church. Over the past ten years, our client load has increased from serving around 250 people to almost 2500 people each year.