The work of Emmaus House is carried out entirely by volunteers. Members of the community, and those who come to our door, work together according the the model of 'the poor serving the poor'. As we recognize the imperative of systematic change, we know that poverty is not limited to material resources. It is in knowing and naming the roots of our own poverty, that our work to eradicate poverty in community is made possible.
Emmaus House offers a number of workshops for the community,we distribute food and clothing several days per week, we listen, we connect people with resources, we pray together and break bread together.
Recently we have been transforming recycled materials into usable objects, taking a serious look at the cycles of addiction, viewing food as medicine, building intentional community, knowing the Gospel as lived theology, growing in the art of self care, familiarizing ourselves with the use of english as a second language, recognizing the challenges of immigrants and modern day slavery.
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