Money isn't always the favorite topic to discuss at church.  It's often a turn-off.  We are comfortable discussing it freely at Canvas because we are passionate about and believe with all our hearts in what we are trying to accomplish here.

We believe loving people and helping them find how much God loves them is worth our time and our money.  
We believe loving people in such a way that they find Life is worth our time and our money.

And we believe pouring out as much as we can possibly afford to care for our homeless friends and family members

is worth our time and our money.

If these things are things you feel are worth your financial support, please consider making a one-time gift or setting up recurring giving by following the link below.  Furthermore, we are transparent about our use of money.  If you ever wish to see our books or a line-item report of how we handle our money, please email our lead pastor, Carter Ferguson, and ask.  He'll personally forward you that information.

The Clinic at Canvas

In 2017 Canvas took an enormous step toward loving our friends on the street more thoroughly.  Through strategic partnerships with UAMS, ARCare, Little Rock Community Mental Health, and the United Methodist Foundation of Arkansas, Canvas was able to open a center where volunteer medical services could be provided to our homeless friends every Wednesday evening in the areas of OBGYN care, HIV/STD screening and follow up, mental health care, and podiatry.  Check it out: