Welcome to Jacob's Well. We are a faith-based community located in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. We seek mutually transformative friendship with people on the margins of society and equip others to do the same in their own context.

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Double the difference

chimp We have an exciting opportunity to bring in some extra CASH for Jacob's Well! Any gifts you give through Chimp (click this link) until July 1st will be doubled!!!!! There's a big push to raise money for organizations that help people with mental illnesses, thanks to Olympian Clara Hughes, who has been promoting mental health issues. She's partnering with Chimp. Chimp is an online platform that lets people give money to a variety of non-profits, and it's pretty user-friendly and fun. They've identified Jacob's Well as a group that helps folks with mental illnesses, and so for the next couple weeks, until June 5th, they will match any funds given to Jacob's Well via our Chimp Group Page! Up to $100 per donor Our ambitious goal is to find 75 people to each give $100... or 150 people to give $50... with matching funds, this would bring us $15,000! So if you normally give to Jacob's Well, consider giving through Chimp just for this month, and your gift will double! Just Click this link.

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Double the difference

We have an exciting opportunity to bring in some extra CASH for Jacob’s Well! There’s a big push to raise money for organizations that help people with mental illnesses, thanks to Olympian Clara Hughes, who has been promoting mental health issues. She’s partnering with Chimp. Chimp is an online platform that lets people give money […]

Registration is now open for the “life on the margins” workshop May 23 – 24

This workshop on Friday May 23rd, 6:30-9:30pm & Saturday May 24th, 10am-4pm explores God’s heart for people on the margins of society. Examining what the Bible teaches, we share some of what we have learned on our journey in the downtown eastside of Vancouver and together we wrestle with questions like: Who are the marginalized? Is God biased toward […]