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1150 550 - 11 Ave. SW
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Tim Dickau: How Grandview Calvary Baptist engages its neighbourhood
by Paul J. Pastor Tim Dickau
In 1989, at 26 years of age, Tim Dickau became pastor of Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, just off Commercial Drive, on 1st Avenue in east Vancouver. The church, which had been founded in 1908, was dying. Leadership Journal associate editor Paul J. Pastor spoke with Tim Dickau to find... Read more →
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Tim Dickau, pastor of Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, showed me a condemned house on a piece of property the church bought for $80,000 decades ago.
Some of that attitude is displayed by Tim Dickau at Grandview Calvary Baptist Church. He grew up among quite conservative Baptists on the Alberta prairie. For him, attending Regent, the evangelical seminary in Vancouver, was a stretch to the left. At Regent he developed a love for
N. T. Wright's biblical scholarship and for Catholic spiritual traditions. And he found that he was indeed a Baptist. "I've always said that if you combined Anabaptists' stance over against the world with a Reformed desire to transform society and Catholic spiritual practice, you'd have a church."
Dickau's ministry in Vancouver began when he was asked to explore new options for ministry at a long-established church. He found a congregation that had quit. The Sunday school rooms had garbage in them. Members commuted in from the suburbs, and they had already decided to close the church but hadn't told the new pastor.
Dickau got to work interviewing neighbors for six months. What was missing in their lives? he asked. And what would they wish for from a church like GCBC? Most had no idea the church existed, but they told him that they needed space for community events.
So the church opened its doors for everything from salsa dancing to a hip-hop opera. One woman Dickau met at the park lamented her loneliness. He asked her, "Want to be in a new small group?"
"I remember reading that it would take ten years to get the church healthy," he says, looking back.
Dickau doesn't align the church with the culture. He critiques Canadian consumerism and individuality. That emphasis led to the creation of an intentional Christian community. The church owns some 17 houses in which members live in community-some with refugees, some with addicts. The church has also raised some $9 million to build affordable housing in a city in desperate need of it. Units will go up this spring to house some 20 families in need, and families from the church will be involved to help foster community. Dickau explains this ministry with a quote from Jean Vanier: "In the past, Christians who wanted to follow Jesus opened hospitals and schools.
Dickau pleads.
Dickau acknowledged one key asset: a wealthy family in the church that knows how to give money away creatively.
Dickau was ticketed for DUI a few years ago. Some leaders at the church wanted to keep it quiet, but he decided he needed to confess publicly at a Sunday service. Afterward, he processed to the center of the church, where church members laid hands on him and prayed for him. Then others started to confess their own sins. "If Tim can do it, I can too," they said. Revival broke out where there could have been a cover-up or a scripted confession.
"For those of you not normally here, we don't do this every week! Dickau concluded.
2011 Festival Speakers, 7 Nov 2014 [cached]
Tim Dickau (pastors panel) Tim is the senior pastor of Grandview Calvary Baptist church and author of . Grandview is a community-based church which reflects the diversity of its neighbourhood with people from many different cultural and life situations. The church seeks to be prophetically connected to the brokenness of the neighbourhood in which it finds itself through various ministries. Tim also lives as part of the Salsbury Community Society, a charitable organization that provides housing in a supportive community environment for people at crucial turning points in their lives who are struggling with physical, financial, social, or spiritual needs.
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Tim Dickau, Senior Pastor of Grandview Calvary Baptist, Vancouver
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