Lutheran Church

Willimantic, Connecticut

Ministries and Programs

Our Mission: Together we spread the Word of Jesus Christ by serving others.

WEB -  Women of Ebenezer
The Ebenezer community receives a "web of support" from this group of caring members who weave their magic to get things done both within and outside of the church walls. Some of the WEB's most recent projects include supporting renovation projects at the parsonage, kitchen clean up, and fund-raising for charitable donations.

Fun and fellowship are also a hallmark of the WEB's activities. Mystery dinners, silent auctions, and social events all help keep this group of faithful women in touch with each other and God's work. 

Be on the lookout for upcoming events announced in The Enlightener and the online church calendar.

To learn more or to get involved, contact Wendy Clifton.

Our ministry to the community - local and global - is supported and enhanced by our connections to the larger Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.


Windham Area Interfaith Ministry

WAIM's mission is "to uplift and unite our community by providing caring service and resources to meet our neighbors’ needs with dignity and respect." This faith-based organization supports area residents with free clothing, heating assistance, furniture, and other resources while working in conjunction with other area public service agencies. WAIM is an outgrowth ministry of many local churches and an important part of who we are as a community. Click here to learn more about programs and how you can get involved.
The Enlightener:
Ebenezer's Newsletter
Each month, the members of our church community compile a newsletter to help us stay informed about church news, developments, and special events. Additionally, reading The Enlightener is a great way to take some time to reflect on our mission and support as a church.

To have The Enlightener delivered directly to your email or mailbox, contact the church office at EbenezerSecretary@gmail.com.

Click on the links below to download a pdf version of the most recent copies of our newsletter:

April 2017 Enlightener (1).pdf
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Inch by inch, row by row....

In spring of 2012, Ebenezer began a neighborhood gardening project. This effort to fight hunger and reach out to our community has been met with great enthusiasm. 
Click here for more information about how you can get involved and where to go to learn more!