Chesapeake City Ecumenical Association (CCEA)

Christians United in Service to the Community

Registered 501(c)3

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Well the first week of VBS is over but thanks to the virtual world, VBS will continue every day until Aug 28. 

It’s “All Aboard” for the chance to take your children on this life-changing adventure!

Share the links below with your friends. 

VBS is on YouTube and Facebook.

CCEA Virtual VBS is available on YouTube at the following address

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Watch CCEA Facebook

and web for additional YouTube addresses for days 1-5.

Registration is not required this year but we would appreciate your response to our on-line survey. Please complete a short survey and let us know how we did with this first-time event.




CCEA Clothing & Home Pantry:

This opening applies to the lower level ONLY.

Please read the entire document.

CCEA Food Pantry Needs




VBS Team,

 We are holding our VBS Closeout Meeting at Bohemia Wesleyan Church (BWC) on 8/30 around 11.

If you can attend BWC 9:30 service, please do so. 

 Even if you were not actively involved in this year’s event, you are more than welcome to attend the meeting.

We will be doing the same program next year, only hopefully it will be live and in person!

We are interested in your opinion.  If you have not already done so check out the VBS videos on YouTube at the following links:

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5


Be sure to let our video stars (Sandy, Jennifer, Andrew and Shane) know how much you appreciate their effort. 

VBS could not have happened without them and our support staff. 

Be Safe and Blessed,




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Bohemia Manor Middle High School Teachers serving above and beyond their students!

The Chesapeake City Ecumenical Association would like to thank Kim Smith for organizing a recent food drive with the teachers from Bohemia Manor middle and high school. In addition to moving from in-class to on-line teaching, connecting with their students and meetings; this awesome group of teachers took on the task of collection food to stock our food pantry shelves! On Monday, May 11, 2020, Kim and her husband delivered to our kitchen 415 pounds of non-perishable food items and $120 in cash donations!  This is no small feat and will go a long way to keeping food on the shelves of families whose incomes have been dramatically reduced due to the COVID “stay-at-home” orders currently in place.  It also comes at time, when the Generation Station team will be preparing new “gift boxes” for the students registered in their program!

 We would like to remind families throughout the Bohemia Manor district, we are open by appointment and you are not required to be a current client to seek help.

Simply call 410-885-3244 on Thursday or Friday morning to schedule an appointment to pick up food the following Tuesday or Wednesday. Appointments are limited for each day, and scheduled in the order calls are received. You will receive a pantry box filled with an assortment of non-perishable food items, plus a cold pack (as stock is available) which may include items like eggs, fruit, meats, etc.

 Thank you to Kim and the awesome group of teachers who made the food delivery possible! You once again prove, that the Chesapeake City area has some of the most caring and devoted teachers! We are blessed that you keep so many in your hearts and do so much for this community!

 Check out pictures and video on CCEA FaceBook 

Weekly Job Listing



Prayers Please

Chesapeake City Area Church Live

Streaming Services


Volunteer w/Administrative & Computer skills needed.

The Chesapeake City Ecumenical Assoc. (CCEA) is in need of

a talented person with MS Office experience; help with

record keeping and willing to learn new tasks as needed.

Preferred availability: Tues & Weds from 9:00 AM - Noon. Must

be comfortable working in a busy environment and with a

range of people. Please contact



Thank You from the Food Pantry!

The Food Pantry Staff wants to thank everyone for their response to the needs of the Food Pantry.  

 Please keep the donations coming.  We now provide food to almost as

many clients in a week as we used to provide to a month's worth of clients just 2 years ago.   

God Bless our donors and volunteers.

We are so grateful for your support of this ministry

As always, anything you can give is gratefully accepted.....

Redner’s Receipts are way down.  Receipt Guidelines:

Customer must use their Pump Perks/1% Save-A-Tape card for purchase. This will be noted on the bottom of the receipt.

• Please submit the whole receipt. Partial receipts will not be considered.

• Please do not use a highlighter marker on your receipts, it can erase the totals.

• All receipts must be dated within three years prior to the date of submission.

• Receipts from fuel purchases at Redner's Quick Shoppes are not considered.

Money earned through this program helps to fund the CCEA food pantry in purchasing perishable food. 

We are grateful to Redner’s Market for this program.  It helps the CCEA feed those in need. 

Clothing and Household Items not taken by our clients are donated to Purple Heart. 


Take the VBS Survery and help us make it even better next year. 



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The CCEA provides food, clothing and household item free of charge.  We also provide financial assistance but there is no cash on site.  The CCEA provides special funding for needs such as rent and utility payments.  Financial assistance is provided via electronic check to the company providing the service, never directly to our clients.  If we can help you please come in and talk to us. 



The CCEA Wellness Program is alive and well. 

Come check it out.

Our new nurse is amazing. 

Wednesdays from 9-noon, 227 Basil Ave

The CCEA is in need of volunteers: 


If you are interested please call 443 553 4049 or email for more information on the positions. 

A volunteer application is available on-line at

911 Service Intro Video
Thanks to all who helped make this a successful event
Location: Pell Garden Park

 Chesapeake City, MD 21915, USA


Pat’s Pizza in Elkton, MD

224 South Bridge Street, Elkton, MD 

(410) 398 8870

The CCEA can receive 10% refund from Pat’s Pizza in Elkton for items purchased from that location which have not already discounted.

 Restaurant receipt is need as opposed to your credit card receipt. 

Please drop your receipt from Pat’s in your CCEA church collection basket, deliver to the CCEA 227 Basil Ave, Chesapeake City, MD or mail to PO Box 244 Chesapeake City, MD 21915

The CCEA appreciates your support!



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The West Cecil Health Center is now booking appointments for dental care of all ages with and without insurance and with MD Medical Assistance. Those without insurance will be assessed on a sliding fee scale for most services. This scale is different from the one used for sliding fee medical care at West Cecil.  Patients can discuss the estimated charges based on their income when they call for an appointment.

The phone number to schedule an appointment is 410-378-9696 and follow the prompts.

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