Esquimalt United is privileged to be the home of the Victoria Rainbow Kitchen Society, whose hot lunch program is just one of the many things it does. Rainbow Kitchen creates a safe, comfortable environment for its guests.  The relationship between the church and the Rainbow Kitchen is certainly of mutual benefit.

We have several AA meetings in the building. For schedules, click here.

Our gardens attract folks from the neighbourhood as does our little lending library. Come and check them out.  And of course,  there is the "Plant Sale that we are not having" every spring. 

We participate in the Buccaneers Days fun and have a presence in the Pride Parade and the Esquimalt Light-up Parade in December.

We host the free Esquimalt Toy and Clothing Exchange which is not to be missed.  Colette and her family are the foundation of this activity, but volunteers are always needed.  It's free to attend and there is usually a lot of clothes, even if you don't have any to bring for swapping.  Toys, books and small miscellaneous items usually show up as well.  For safety reasons we cannot accept car seats for children. Spare items are taken to various organizations such as Our Place, the Compassionate Warehouse, and the Esquimalt Neighbourhood House. Swaps happen every month except July, August and December, on the 4th Saturday of the month from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

For those with thoughts, questions or concerns about death and dying we host a Death Cafe every couple months.  It is a safe place to talk about your own experience and share with others.  It is not overtly 'spiritual', but touches on whatever the group wishes to talk about.

The Neighbourhood Hootenanny Time Machine family dances are always so much fun!

We have choir practice at 9:30 before our 10:30 am Sunday worship.

We are delighted to share our space with many other groups, the Pre-Maternelle Appletree Pre-School, VI Paddling, Girl Guides, Esquimalt Photo Club, View Royal Garden Club, and the Victoria Fiddle Society are just a few.