Happy 10th Birthday, Trellis!

In our first decade of catalyzing biblical, intentional and innovative discipleship in the ECCC, Trellis has supported more than 125 disciple-deepening initiatives, disbursing over $630,000 in grants, leveraging Covenant Bible College legacy funds. Watch the video above to learn more.

Calling all young adults

Consider being apprenticed to Jesus through one of these new and unique processes.

Apply now for Headwaters Discipleship – their upcoming 8-week immersive school for the heart runs May 4 – June 28, 2024. The Harbour At Riondel is hosting the school for its third year, led by Wild Goose Collective on the beautiful shores of BC’s Kootenay Lake, rooted in community, creativity, and God’s creation.

Teachers this year include Mark and Cheryl Buchanan, Cody Anderson, Preston Pouteaux, Brian and Bonnie Pue, Sonja Dixon, Natalie Salminen Rude, and Ryan Guerra. Learn more and apply at headwatersdiscipleship.net. Watch the video above to hear Headwaters’ students share about their experience last year.


Apply now for Zoe Toronto’s Greenhouse, a new process training young adults as Jesus’s disciples in downtown Toronto. Students devote their summer to intentionally commune with God, invest in deep and loving relationships, and be equipped to live as agents of redemption and transformation in a hurting world. Apply for Greenhouse by May 15th for the upcoming June 7 – July 27 session, see details at zoetoronto.com/greenhouse.

“At Greenhouse, I found life-long friendships and a place of belonging. I was mentored, inspired, and challenged to grow in ways I just couldn’t on my own. I was met with a deeper revelation of my need for Jesus, and He was faithful to heal and transform my heart again and again. Now, I am more joyful, more mature, more refined, and more healed than ever.” – TC ‘23

“Greenhouse revolutionized the vision in my head of what it meant to be a follower of Jesus in my context, propelled me for a lifelong trajectory of spiritual growth, and ignited my fervency for the Lord.” – RA ‘22

Trellis grants are supporting The Worship Project’s discipleship retreats for worship leaders.

The retreats’ goals are for every leader to build greater and deeper ministry friendships, to live more fully into this unique calling as a worship leader, and to find meaningful rest. Learn more at worshipproject.ca/retreat.

Did you know that Trellis Foundation is offering scholarships to aid Covenant-affiliated worship leaders to attend TWP 2024 retreats? Contact us if you are interested or would like more information.


Apply for a grant to support discipling in your community:

Apply for a Discipleship Grant by November 1st 2024.

Or Donate Now to invest in spiritual transformation:

Celebrate our birthday by giving a gift with eternal impact!

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