Please join Ebenezer Community & Cultural Center (EC3)
Fund Development Committee
Amazon Prime Video Watch Party and Zoom Aftertalk
Feature: Coming to America "2"
Friday: March 26, 2021
Time: 7:00 pm (sharp)
Note: Zoom Link opens from 6:45 pm until 7:15 pm. In order to view the movie undisturbed, there will be no admittance into the Prime Video Watch Party (invitation only) from 7:15 pm until after the movie has ended.
Location: Zoom link for Giveaways and Aftertalk
(emailed 24 hours prior to the event)
Tickets/Donation: $25.00 includes: Amazon eGift Card ($8.99), entry into giveaways, watch party and aftertalk (ZOOM)
Note: The Amazon movie watch party link is for registered participants only. Please do not share the link as non-registered participants will not be admitted.
All donations go towards Ebenezer Community & Cultural Center programs. Please, no refunds. no exchanges.
Cash, Checks, Debit & Credit Cards accepted
Mail checks payable to:
Ebenezer Community and Cultural Center (ECCC)
5151 W. Chicago
Detroit, MI. 48204
Note: No checks excepted after March 22, 2021. No exceptions please.
- Explore the distinctions between faith, religion and spirituality
- Discuss how faith can enhance coping and promote
health and healing
- Explain the role of “faith based” human service organizations
in the community
Registration @: https://tinyurl.com/7xfmpw65
Contact us at (313) 635-3355
P & D Medical LLC
A.T. Walker & Associates LLC
CL King Literary Services
Bradley Law Center PLLC
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is an annual program that brings people together to raise awareness for the problems of hunger and homelessness through educational, service, fundraising, and advocacy events.
In recognition of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week November 15-22, 2020, one of the most effective ways to support is to:
Provide food and support through community coordination
Provide food, shelter, counseling and support
Support for individuals and families struggling with poverty
Provide affordable housing and support
All Program Sessions Available Virtually - using Tablets or Smart Phones
A limited number of Tablets will be provided for enrolled students
Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A Day Camp for Youth, ages 5-15
- Math Based Cognitive Fun Activities
- “Power to Soar” Reading & Literacy Program
- STEM Workshops & Environmental Science Activities
- Arts & Crafts, Music, Dance
- Healthy You, Healthy Me Series
(“Ask the Doc” & Helping Kids' Cope With Fear)
- EC3 Kids Virtual Hang-Out Time
- History & Communications (Mini MI History Day Contest)
Activity Kit: provided online or by mail
Snack Packs: provided
Hygiene Kits: provided until supplies run out.
Ebenezer Community and Cultural Center in partnership with Ebenezer A.M.E. Church, Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency, and Dollar General Literacy Foundation