Centretown Churches Social Action Committee
507 Bank Street
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Centretown Churches Social Action Committee is a group of 22 churches in downtown Ottawa that has a focus on working towards social justice, especially on issues related to poverty. We support several other organizations that have the same goals.
This year, as part of our Winter Outreach, we are happy to support Daybreak Housing, that has 4 houses for men and 1 for women, housing a total of 47 residents.
We appreciate all the good work being done there for our neighbours, and pray for their organization as they serve those in need.
Did you give out all your Halloween candy? Ottawa Innercity Ministries is happy to take the leftovers off your hands! And as winter approaches, they are in need of winter warmth items as well.📢 URGENT Current OIM Needs! - Leftover Halloween Candy - Sleeping Bags - Socks - Hats & Mitts - Travel Size Toiletries - Snack Size Chip Bags - Water & Juice Boxes - Granola Bars
You can drop off between the times of 8:30am - 12:00pm. You can find the drop off location at 391 Gladstone Ave. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
We are so grateful to all those who volunteer at our food centre Centretown Emergency Food Centre. We wouldn’t be able to run the centre without them. Some of our volunteers have been with us for decades, not just days or years- we appreciate their dedicated service! ... See MoreSee Less
Announcing the winners of our photo contest held during the Walk For The Centre 2022!
1. Kerry Kaiser award for the photo that best shows the Spirit of the Walk is a tie - a photo of three participants from SouthMinster United Church and one sent in by Jane Oulton from St. Matthews Anglican Church 2. Most attractively decorated poster- St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Team 3. Loveliest scene from the Walkathon- St. Peter’s, St. John & Resurrection Lutheran Team, sent in by Lorie Shinder 4. Best family photo taken at the Walkathon- St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church 5. Cutest photo of a pet taken at the Walkathon - sent in by Heather Duggan, Canadian Martyrs Team 6. Most Artistic photo at the Walkathon - sent in by Heather Duggan, Canadian Martyrs Team 7. Photo of a first time team entry at the Walkathon- Trinity Pastoral Team 8. Team photo for the greatest number of Walkathon supporters- St. Andrew’s Team Special Mention - (just our favourite photo!) sent in by Heather Duggan, Canadian Martyrs Team
Thank you to all who sent in photos… we love looking back on our wonderful event! ... See MoreSee Less