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E: info@canaanbaptistchurch.org

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Community Involvement

Canaan’s commitment to Godly stewardship extends beyond the congregation and walls of the church. We partner with a number of service organizations and schools to help improve the lives of those in the surrounding community and beyond.

 

Family Life Center

Canaan Baptist Church and The Family Life Center (FLC) are separate entities but maintain a collaborative relationship.  Family Life Center is a non-faith based 501(c)3 non-profit. The church provides tangible resources for FLC's community outreach programs in addition to their public donations. For more info, please visit the FLC website and/or headquarters located at 302 Schoolhouse Lane, Philadelphia, 19144 to sign up for valuable resources.  Nichelle Johnson, Executive Director.

 

Canaan Community Student Award (CCSA) Application

Select the link above to download and complete the Canaan Community Student Award (CCSA) Application.

 

Sisters Returning Home Mentoring Program

Sisters Returning Home assists women who are returning citizens from prison to the community by successfully re-establishing their connection to their families and community. The 501(c)3 non-profit organization helps build and develop self-sufficiency, self-esteem, and self-respect and works with the women to develop a comprehensive set of life skills.

Sisters Returning Home offers a comprehensive program designed to fully transition previously incarcerated women back into society. Programming focuses on developing confidence and responsible habits in addition to computer literacy training and employer expectations.

For more information, including contact details, visit http://www.sistersreturninghome.org

 

Chosen 300 Ministries, Inc.

The mission of Chosen 300 is to bring people of different membership groups together; helping them to realize that despite our differences in our race, ethnic group, denomination, social class, economic classes, or the diverse ways we practice our faith; we can unify ourselves for the common good.

The purpose of our unification is to distribute meals and services to the homeless throughout the Philadelphia Region and around the world.

For more information, including how you can participate, visit http://chosen300.org

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