WICM is comprised of Flora House, Anishinabe Fellowship Centre and Place of Hope. From worship services to food banks to programs for the un- and under-employed, WICM serves the Indigenous community and anyone else in the neighbourhood who seeks out help. All of their programs and professional services are offered free-of-charge.
Place of Hope provides safe, clean housing combined with advocacy, counselling and referral. Here, individuals find new hope and renewed life as they participate in a First Steps to Employment Project. This project gives people the space, safety and support they need to help grow in their self esteem, to heal beyond past wounds and to launch out into a new life. This ministry is all about setting free the captives and the oppressed.
WICM is also engaged in healing and reconciliation work, as God has called the Church to help people heal from past hurts, to reconcile with God and each other, and to forge a new path forward.
Presbyterians Sharing supports Winnipeg Inner City Missions as it works toward a vision of a restored inner-city community where less advantaged individuals find their own path to healing, reconciliation and wholesome life.