The Impact Fund is essential to all areas of EMM’s mission. It enables EMM to recruit and send workers, cover some of the cost of worker support, update constituents through publications like Missionary Messenger, provide salaries and benefits for the staff who support these activities, and much more. A charitable gift for which you do not indicate a preference will benefit the Impact Fund.
EMM’s long-awaited renovations of 450 North Prince Street (Hub 450) were completed in the final months of 2020. EMM staff members are now working out of offices on the second floor of the 23,000-square-foot building.
Core values of Hub 450
Sharing food, friends
and relationships at the table
Partnering with neighbors,
Practicing Christ’s love for the
well-being of the city and world
Creating space for education,
art, business, innovation,
November 19, 2021
On this special day, the largest day of generosity in Lancaster County, we hope you’ll include Eastern Mennonite Missions in your giving. We believe that the love of Christ has the power to transform lives and that this love compels us to fulfill our mission of crossing cultures, engaging the world, and making disciples of Jesus. Gifts made today help support EMM’s Impact Fund, the fund that enables us to do this work in our community and around the world.
New This Year!
EMM staff have been celebrating the abundant love of God throughout this week and have been collecting food items for Water Street’s Thanksgiving meal as a way to multiply that love in our community. We’d love to invite you to join us in this expression of gratitude and love for our neighbors. On your way downtown for the ExtraGive festivities in Lancaster City, swing through EMM’s parking lot at 450 North Prince Street between 4 and 7pm, drop off some food items from the list below, and pick up a little goody bag.
Ham or Bacon
Canned tuna or chicken
Veggies (fresh, canned or frozen)
Salad Dressing and Condiments
Cheese (any kind)
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Mike and Roberta, along with their three children, serve in Kaiserslautern, Germany. They are involved in many aspects of ministry. Their main role is providing leadership to a year-long discipleship program for young adults. The young adults have weekly seminars, work in the community, live together in an apartment, are an active part of the church and have a 2- to 3-week international outreach.
Eastern Mennonite Missions is excited to open its newly renovated cross-cultural center called Hub 450 to provide child care for families in need. In coordination with the School District of Lancaster, Hub 450 will be available as a community classroom for 12 middle and/or high school students while the district operates with at-home remote learning. This space will provide a safe environment for students to complete their school work, receiving breakfast and lunch. This community classroom will be open Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is being offered free of charge. Hub 450’s community classroom starts on January 6, so apply now! Questions? Contact Krista Martin.
The Christians Meeting Muslims Series (Herald Press)
|17||Friends of EMM: Brunch with the president, EMM meetinghouse, 53 W Brandt Blvd, Salunga, PA 17538, 9–11 a.m.|
|12||EMM vision and fundraising banquet, Eden Resort, 222 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA 17601, 6:30–8:30 p.m.|
|20||Extraordinary Give, 12 a.m.–11:59 p.m.|