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A collective of twenty-two churches in downtown Ottawa

The Centretown Churches Social Action Committee (CCSAC) is a collective of twenty-two churches in downtown Ottawa. CCSAC was started in 1967 by nine churches to respond to social needs in the Centretown area. CCSAC has undertaken many initiatives on behalf of people who are socially and economically disadvantaged in our community. Since 1978, CCSAC’s main project has been oversight of the Centretown Emergency Food Centre (CEFC). CCSAC’s mandate also includes advocacy for social justice, especially for issues relating to poverty.

Our Mission: To unite Christians of all denominations through joint participation in social projects and prayer.

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This Family Day, may we remember those we care about, whether they be near or far.

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Remembering family and friends who have died and are well remembered.

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Wait, you get to go to a Y2K dance party AND you get to support Restoring Hope?! 🪩 ✨ ⁣

📅 When: Saturday, February 17, 2024 at 7 pm ⁣

📍Where: 389 Richmond Rd ⁣

🕺What: A night filled with nostalgic music, dancing, and a whole lot of fun.⁣

For more information and to get your tickets: www.eventbrite.ca/e/y2k-dance-party-for-restoring-hope-tickets-792313209137?utm_experiment=test_s...

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Thank you, Ottawa Innercity Ministries, for all the wonderful outreach in our community. Please read the blogpost to know about the Christmas meal they served in January.📣New Blog! 📲 Read "More Than a Meal”, by our Volunteer Coordinator, Brian Griffin.

Read how OIM not only served a Christmas meal but made those who attended feel seen and heard👉 www.ottawainnercityministries.ca/post/more-than-a-meal-1

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Thank you, Ottawa Innercity Ministries, for all the wonderful outreach in our community. Please read the blogpost to know about the Christmas meal they served in January.

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“The war against hunger is truly mankind’s war of liberation.” 

John F. Kennedy

“A hungry person is not a free person.” 

Adlai E. Stevenson

“If you want to eliminate hunger, everybody has to be involved.” 

Bono

“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.”

Mother Teresa

What value does life have if not to be given?

Paul Claudel

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Giving is the fruit of all seasons, and within reach of every hand. It is the greatest gift anyone can offer.

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