For more information on any of our Care Ministries, contact Kari Elliott @ 306-477-1234 ext 133
or click on the links below.

Throughout the year we host a variety of Community Support Groups which provide a safe and engaging environment in which participants grow in their understanding of their shared struggles and support each other towards health, healing, and wholeness. All groups are facilitated by trained, compassionate volunteers and applications are open to all.
 
For more information about any of our Groups or Care Ministry courses, please contact Kari Elliott @ 306-477-1234 ext. 133.

 
 
 
 
FOOD PANTRY
Each month, Emmanuel works at providing additional food security for around 15 households through a donation-based food pantry program. Donors can choose one item to bring to the church on a monthly basis with suggested donations and quantities listed around $15/month.
 
 
 
 
FOOD FOR COMFORT
Food for Comfort is a team of volunteers who provide short-notice meals to support people going through stressful seasons in life such as surgery/hospitalization, extended illness, or a new baby. You can make a meal or order takeout and we’re always looking for extra help!
 
 
 
FREEZER MEALS

Our Care Ministry keeps a small freezer stocked with frozen meals, muffins, and cookies to fill in gaps for people where scheduled meal support is difficult.

If you’d like to help us stock the freezer, we just need clearly labelled food to help us with dietary restrictions.

 
 
 
 
OKIHTCITAWAK PATROL GROUP SANDWICHES
Each week we deliver 2-4 dozen sandwiches to Okihtcitawak Patrol Group (via Prairie Harm Reduction). We need help with donations of food & packaging supplies, sandwich preparation, and delivery.
To get involved with any of these opportunities, please contact Kari Elliott at kari@ebap.ca or at ext. 133.

CARE FUND
Emmanuel’s Care Fund fund helps to provide a variety of confidential emergency supports to those in need throughout the year. Donations can be made year round by designating “Care Fund” on your offering envelope or by contacting our bookkeeper at ext. 126.
 
CHRISTMAS GIFT BAGS/GIFT GUIDE
Each year our community is asked to consider filling gift bags or purchasing items through our gift guide with much needed items for designated local support agencies around Saskatoon.
 
Last year’s Christmas Gift Guide donations went to The Bridge on 20th, Hope Restored Canada, Saskatoon Pregnancy Options Centre, The Lighthouse, and Saskatoon Interval House
 
Bags are typically available near the end of November and must be returned by a the date set out by our Care Ministry in order to distribute them before Christmas.
 
ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY NEEDS
While we’re all still living with the additional considerations of the COVID-19 pandemic, many agencies in the city have increased needs that we’d like to help with where we can. Please check back here for specific needs as we post them.