Pastoral Care

The committee oversees the sell-being of the congregation by being a "care-giving set of eyes and ears" that connects the community of Eden as a support network, and informs the minister when their presence is required. The Committee is involved in visitations (i.e. hospitals, senior residence, shut-ins, and elderly). Communion can be provided to the shut-ins. The Pastoral Care Committee communicates and connects with families by sending out cards for all occasions, and by making phone calls to members of the congregation.

The Pastoral Care Committee acts as liaison and provided coverage in the minister's absence for pastoral care emergencies, with a follow up to the on call minister's absence for pastoral care emergencies, with a follow up to the on call minister, if necessary. They have provided pastoral support to the wider community when a family has called the church.    As well, the Committee provides drives for follow up medical appointments after surgery and for to seniors requiring transportation to and from church.

If you require pastoral care and it is after church office hours, please call the church office at 905-824-5580 and listen to the voice message.  If you require pastoral care during church office hours, please call 905-824-5580 or email at

Eden Food For Change

Eden Food for Change is a non-denominational, charitable organization, working to eliminate hunger in western Mississauga.

Our Vision is Good Food For All

We provide our Food Bank members with a mix of non-perishable and fresh food to help provide them with access to a healthy, balanced diet. In addition, they can participate in cooking courses to gain nutritional education and cooking skills so they can prepare healthy meals at home, even on a limited budget. In addition, we provide everyone with access to affordable fruits and vegetables through our Fresh Produce Box program.


Mailing Address:
Eden Food for Change
2-3185 Unity Drive
Mississauga, ON L5L 4L5

General Information:

“Did you know…"

.....every twenty pounds of food donated to the food bank means that one more hungry person in our community is going to get the food support they need to get them through the month. However, when you donate $10 to Eden Food for Change we can purchase, through our food connections and by buying in bulk, up to $100 worth of food to hungry families in our community. More importantly though, financial donations allow us the ability to purchase items such as milk, eggs, fruits and vegetables to make sure our members can access fresh, healthy food.  Food donations can be dropped off in the food bank bin in the church foyer. Financial donations can be dropped off at the church office.

Christina Philips
Community Engagement


Edenwood Seniors

For information contact Tracy Geddes at 905-8242658 or

Meadowvale Neighbours' Café

Cafe and Eden Food for Change is a partnership between Eden United Church, Eden Community Food Bank and Mississauga Mennonite Fellowship, with the help of the Region of Peel and the United Way of Peel.  Further information can be found on their website at:

You are invited and welcomed to join us in conversation over a luncheon on Mondays from 11:00am to 2:00pm.


Eden Day Care

A non-profit corporation, established in 1989 that is governed by its own board. Full-time care is provided 52 weeks per year between the hours of 7:00a.m. and 6:00p.m. Monday through Friday for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Subsidized clients are accepted.

To find out more information visit their website at

Phone: 905-824-5153
Fax: 905-824-9060