1673 Main St
Brewster, MA 02631
Did you know….1 in 6 children on Cape Cod are food insecure and many of these children are school aged? In the Brewster area, this number is 1 in 3 children. Most times these children participate in the free breakfast and lunch programs offered at their local schools. Weekends can be very difficult as they may eat very little until they return to school on Monday.
Feeding children on Cape Cod who are at risk of hunger on the weekends is the mission of Cape Kid Meals (http://www.capekidmeals.org/), which works with the national program Blessings in a Backpack (https://www.blessingsinabackpack.org/). The Anglican Church of the Resurrection funds and fulfills this program for the elementary schools in Brewster, and is looking to expand and help other local children. We accomplish this in partnership with the founding church, Grace Church of Dennis, who does this for the elementary schools in Dennis.
For $150 a year Cape Kid Meals can feed a child on the weekends for the school year. Our goal is to ensure that no elementary children on the Cape are hungry over the weekend. Will you help us support the additional kids on the Cape that need help? Are you interested in volunteering to pack the food? Will you be part of this critical mission?
If you would like to support this work, you may call Father Alan at (508) 896-2550 or mail a check to with memo line notation, Cape Kid Meals:
Anglican Church of the Resurrection,
PO Box 1704
Brewster, MA 02631.
There is also a Paypal link below.
The Brewster Council on Aging is our landlord, and we have a wonderful, symbiotic relationship with them. We donate paper goods of various kinds that they add to their distribution to several elderly people who live in Brewster. In addition we give monetary support for special programs.
The Ekklesia Society was established in 1996 as a result of the drift of the western Anglican churches from Biblical faith. Genuine Biblical faith includes fidelity to the historic teaching of who God is and how we are to live. Key elements of this are both evangelism and care for the poor. Ekklesia has fostered relationships among leaders in the global south and churches still aligned with orthodox theology and practice in North America and served as a catalyst for many development projects.
Inspired by God’s radical grace, we exist to empower Anglicans in the developing world to show the love of Christ to those in need in their own communities: Clean water for the thirsty. Jobs for the poor. Education for children. Food for the hungry. Hope for those without hope.
Richard and Martha have ministered with the Society of Anglican Missionaries and Senders (SAMS) as missionaries in Africa, Egypt and Europe. They look forward to short-term missions that will use their God-given gifts in service to others.
Jack Melvin is working with the Episcopal Diocese of Honduras, providing shelter for the poor. Since Hurricane Mitch devastated the country in 1998, the church has expanded its ministry to help the people by building simple, quality housing. As an architect, Jack visited Honduras in the summer of 2010 to provide construction consultation and preliminary design for ongoing projects. He is returning to Honduras to continue his work full time.
Michael and Karen Masso serve with the Serge team in Kijabe, Kenya. After 13 years in Uganda and six years in South Sudan they now teach, train, mentor, and equip young people for holistic gospel ministry. Michael is a lecturer at Moffat Bible College where he launched a new major in Community Development. Students are well grounded in Bible, theology, and spiritual formation and also trained in the economic, sociological, ecological, and human-project-resource management aspects of community development. All of this works together to equip men and women from Kenya and other East African countries to put love in action and see their communities transformed by God’s coming kingdom. Both Michael and Karen engage in encouraging and mentoring missionary kids at Rift Valley Academy. They also continue to visit and support the work of the Serge team in Mundri, South Sudan.