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Tim Dickau

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Grandview Calvary Baptist Church

HQ Phone:  (604) 255-1411

Email: t***@***.ca

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Grandview Calvary Baptist Church

1803 East 1St Avenue

Vancouver, British Columbia,V5N 1B2

Canada

Company Description

Grandview Calvary Baptist Church has been a presence in East Vancouver since 1908. The Grandview-Woodlands community has undergone many changes during this time, as people from across Canada and around the world have made their way to its quiet residential ave... more

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Staff Directory

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Tim Dickau


Vancouver Christian Leaders Disagree, Oppose Having Franklin Graham at Festival of Hope

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Tim Kuepfer, pastor of First Baptist Church of Vancouver, and Tim Dickau, pastor of Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, joined three other local religious leaders in publicly declining a request by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association that they endorse the Festival of Hope, reports Baptist News Global.


Building for the community: Co:Here, Aspen Green, Central Presbyterian . . .Church for Vancouver | Church for Vancouver

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Pastor Tim Dickau.
Pastor Tim Dickau at the ground-breaking ceremony. The Co:Here Housing Community - a four-storey, affordable housing complex with 26 self-contained units - is going up fast at the corner of 1st and Victoria. Speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony last June, pastor TIm Dickau of Grandview Calvary Baptist Church said:


National Advisory | StreetLevel

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Tim Dickau has been the pastor of Grandview Calvary Baptist church for the last 24 years.


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The full-house event was hosted by UBC professor of geography David Ley and featured three panelists: Joan Seidl of 127 Society for Housing, Tim Dickau of Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, and Robert Brown of Catalyst Community Developments.
David Ley, Joan Seidl, Robert Brown, Tim Dickau. The second panelist to present was Tim Dickau, the long-time pastor at Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, a congregation known for its active engagement in the Commercial Drive neighbourhood. Dickau attributes the housing crisis in part to "a failure of imagination and courage at the individual, communal and systemic levels. He encouraged churches to build on the uniquely creative and fruitful vision of community in the gospels. In identifying this vision, Dickau and his church congregation have been led by two particular narratives. The first is the story of the banquet found in Luke's gospel, in which Jesus encourages his followers to imitate God's unbridled hospitality: "When you give a luncheon or dinner, do not invite your friends, your brothers or sisters, your relatives or your rich neighbours; if you do, they may invite you back and so you will be repaid. But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed. That imperative, states Dickau, "has challenged, stretched, infuriated and inspired [Grandview Calvary] over the years." Tim Dickau (Ken McAllister photo) Tim Dickau (Ken McAllister photo) This can be lived out on a small or large scale. Dickau's own family has shared a home with more than 46 individuals over the years. He highly recommends the practice of shared life, suggesting that "one of Vancouver's main housing problems is that it has too many empty bedrooms.


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