Sharing God’s love with people who have intellectual disabilities and enabling them to become an active part of God’s family.
Who We Are
Friendship Ministries is a not-for-profit organization that exists to help churches and organizations around the world share God’s love with people who have intellectual disabilities.
What does a Friendship group look like?
Groups and One-On-One Relationships
Friendship is all about building relationships between mentors and friends. It’s not always clear who is learning from whom! It is a process of bringing the family of God together to learn more about God’s love.
Here’s how it works:
Sessions often start in a large group with singing, sharing, praying together, and hearing a Bible lesson.
The lesson is told by a storyteller and usually includes group participation, often in drama format.
This is followed by one-on-one time, where mentors and friends meet to go over materials related to the Bible lesson; often this time includes activities, prayer, and memory work.
The smaller groups finish with snack and social time
Finally, the groups come together for a prayer circle and Shalom song.
This is our tenth (10!) year of Friendship Ministry in Leduc. What a great decade it's been as a group!
We meet Monday evenings, from 7:00-8:30 pm. Beginning the Monday after Thanksgiving in October and finishing the end of April.
Contact: Wendy Benckhuysen - (780) 717-3807 - [email protected]
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