Ebenezer is involved in a wide range of Justice and Outreach programs. Here are brief descriptions of the ones we currently support.
We are excited about the activities that are planned for this year. Check which ones you want to add to your calendar.
Do you have difficulty staying informed about current social issues? Here are some recent articles or comments that may be of interest.
Ebenezer is fortunate to have many partners sharing our desire to improve the world and our local community. Here is information about the organizations that are our partners.
Do you have an idea or comment about Justice and Outreach issues? Here are the members of ourTeam who look forward to your suggestions. Please feel free to contact them any time.
Got a question? Maybe it has been asked already. Check this section for answers to frequently asked questions about Justice and Outreach.
Each winter Ebenezer hosts two Out of the Cold weekends at Knox United Church. Guests who are homeless or are experiencing financial challenges receive a healthy dinner, a warm safe place to sleep, a hot breakfast and a bag lunch. This program involves many members / friends and is supervised by Dixon Hall.
The Markham Stouffville Crisis Pregnancy Centre (MSCPC) is a charitable organization serving over 100 families in the southern area of York Region and is dedicated to offering loving, factual and practical support and services to all individuals involved in crisis pregnancy, post-abortion or single parenting situations. Ebenezer provides baby supplies, formula, clothes and supplies for the mothers as well financial contributions.
Camp Scugog offers an outdoor camping experience for children, youth and mothers. Scugog's safe, fun and diverse community is specifically designed to address the needs of those affected by poverty and other barriers. Ebenezer provides financial support for campers and Leaders-in-traning as well as contributions of clothing, craft supplies, games and other camp supplies.
Ebenezer collects non-perishable food items and financial donations for Agincourt Community Services Food Bank and the Markham Food Bank.
Ebenezer supports several refugee families through financial donations as well as support as they adapt to their new country.
Many members of Ebenezer contribute books, CDs, DVDs and video cassettes to our lending library. These are available to anyobn to enjoy, share and borrow from the library.ae