Social Action

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Pregnancy & Wellness Center of Moncton:

Formerly knows as Moncton Crisis Pregnancy Center, this team reaches out with a helping hand to women and families with unplanned pregnancies. It has a strong and effective education and support arm.

Moncton Community Chaplaincy:

Supports outreach to prison ministries, halfway houses and encouragement to former inmates making a transition back to life in society. David Way continues to lead this work.

Evangelical Fellowship of Canada
We support this organization as a strategic witness at the national level. Special resources of the Fellowship address key social issues and matters of public policy at Parliamentary and Supreme Court Committees. The bi-monthly publication “Faith Today” reviews activities across the nation relating to conflict between Christian beliefs and Canadian public policy. It has become a powerful voice for evangelical Christians in Ottawa with input to new legislation and makes submissions to the Supreme Court of Canada on issues affecting faith communities. 

Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast:

We continue annual support for this project. It provides an opportunity for witness to the community at large. 
Food Depot Alimentaire:

Local social action activities included Christmas support for food baskets for needy members of our congregation and a donation to the Food Bank. Food received on the last Sunday of each month provides for special requests in the community and support to the local Christian Food Bank Program.
Teen Challenge:

We continue to support this ministry. The organization is represented in the local area at Memramcook. Its goal is to assist Teens to deal with drug and other addictions. It has a live-in dorm and on site counselors. 
YMCA ReConnect Street Intervention Program:
ReConnect, located at 281 St. George Street, (behind the post office) provides short-term and long-term assistance through outreach to youth and adults who are homeless or at-risk of being homeless, all in an effort to increase their knowledge of available resources (i.e. food, clothing, shelter, education, employment and counseling) and to provide support in accessing them.
Harvest House 
Harvest House provides a community center with programs which include emergency shelter, step-up housing, a nine month addiction recovery program for men and referral for women, life skills, GED, and daily biblical studies.  We provide informal and occasional formal counseling services to help people work through real life issues.