Photo by Lee Collins
Stewardship moves us to do something unexpected and generous as often as we can.
There is always something happening!!
Please Check Calendar for Future Events
Support the organizations that support the CCEA:
CCEA is blessed with two new partners:
Pat's Pizza - Elkton
Dollar General - Chesapeake City
Welcome St. Peter's Anglian Church
to our association.
Let them know we appreciate their support!
The CCEA has lost a board member and friend. Please keep Veronica Tokash and her family in
Prayers of Strength for Tina Presnell at the passing of her dear husband Denny.
Healing Prayer Request for the following:
St. Basil members:
John “Jack” & Helen Eder
Trinity UMC members:
Jackson (4 years)
Andrew (4 yrs)
St. Joseph Parish:
Friends of CCEA:
Feb 23, 7pm @ CCEA Complex
Feb 23, 7pm @ CCEA Complex
VBS Review Committee chose Maker Fun Factory for this year’s theme. Our next planning meeting is February 27, 7pm at the CCEA Complex. Join us and help make this the best VBS ever!!!
Help the CCEA with our fundraiser. Trunk is on display at Schaefer’s Restaurant (north Chesapeake City) and the Quilt is on display at The Old Gray Mare (South Chesapeake City). Stop in and get your Tickets for a chance on these beautiful items. Check out the town while you are there. Chesapeake City has so much to offer!
The candles are made by the Generation Station
Why soy candles are the best?
cleaner burning - no toxins, carcinogens or pollutants which means it's less likely to trigger allergies. no petrol-carbon soot like you get from petroleum-based paraffin candles. longer lasting - soy wax burns cooler which means that you can enjoy your soy wax candle for generally 30-50% longer than a paraffin candle.
Generation Station children are making candles, check them
Generation Station children are making candles, check them out!!!
Available at CCEA Complex
Available at CCEA Complex
The CCEA provides food, clothing and household item free of charge. We also provide financial assistance but there is no cash on site. The CCEA provides special funding for needs such as rent and utility payments. Financial assistance is provided via electronic check to the company providing the service, never directly to our clients. If we can help you please come in and talk to us.
Thank You from the Food Pantry!
I want to thank everyone for their response to the needs of the Food Pantry.
Please keep the donations coming. We now provide food to almost as many clients in a week as we used to provide to a month's worth of clients just 2 years ago. Just today, we had two people come in who needed food for their families. Neither had satisfactory vision to fill out the forms. We were able to provide food and because of a donation of magnifying reading glasses, we were also able to provide reading glasses. It was so rewarding to see how excited these folks were to be able to see well enough to read and write.
So please remember, no matter what you give, there is someone out there who cannot afford to buy it and is very grateful for your donation. Please keep the food coming. The shelves are looking much better, but the food goes out as fast as it comes in.
Thank you again for responding to our need......
The below items are needed by the CCEA food pantry.
As always, anything you can give is gratefully accepted.....
Thanks for supporting the food pantry!
Chesapeake City Ecumenical Association
Are you prepared for winter electric bills?
The CCEA Wellness Program is alive and well.
Come check it out.
Our new nurse is amazing.
Wednesdays from 9-noon, 227 Basil Ave
The CCEA is in need of volunteers to fill a position:
Food Pantry Ministry Director – Immediately
If you are interested please call 443 553 4049 or email email@example.com for more information on the positions.
A volunteer application is available on-line at
We pray that someone steps up to these position so that the CCEA can continue the much needed services that are currently being provided.
911 Service Intro Video
Thanks to all who helped make this a successful event
Location: Pell Garden Park
Chesapeake City, MD 21915, USA
224 South Bridge Street, Elkton, MD
(410) 398 8870
The CCEA can receive 10% refund from Pat’s Pizza in Elkton for items purchased from that location which have not already discounted.
Please drop your receipt from Pat’s in your CCEA church collection basket, deliver to the CCEA 227 Basil Ave, Chesapeake City, MD or mail to PO Box 244 Chesapeake City, MD 21915
The CCEA appreciates your support!
Are you prepared for winter electric bills? Need Assistance
Check out Heaven Helpers for
new information and items!
Check out Heaven Helpers for new information and items!
The West Cecil Health Center is now booking appointments for
dental care of all ages with and without insurance and with MD
Medical Assistance. Those without insurance will be assessed on a
sliding fee scale for most services. This scale is different from the
one used for sliding fee medical care at West Cecil.
The phone number to schedule an appointment is 410-378-9696 and follow the prompts.
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CCEA 25 Anniversary Gala
Date, Time and Location: TBD
Enrolling for service is very easy: sign up, save on your bill and help us generate charitable funds. It’s in your power to help. Can we count on you?
Beautiful Print for Sale
Benefits the CCEA
History behind the print
Watch for Luminary Sales at your Church
Each luminary will cost $2.00.
Individualized luminaries are embellished
with love by the Generation Station.
after school program children.
The collection period will run from 28
October through November 2015.