Initially focused on musical activities, Ebenezer began as ‘Ebenezer Christian Youth Orchestra & Choir’ at a local church facility.
Established Ebenezer’s first official centre in Burwood.
In further efforts to empower the youth of the community and provide equal education for all, Ebenezer became an Award Unit for the Duke of Edinburgh Award Program. Ebenezer has also made this award available to those with disabilities who wish to take part on this award.
Noticing the strong need for further services and support for people with disabilities, Ebenezer officially became a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider to address the gap and best cater to and support people with disability in the community.
The exponential growth of the organisation has led Ebenezer to expand to an additional centre in Rhodes. This centre quartered as the head office and also the place of residence for Ebenezer’s NDIS participants.
Ebenezer continue to work passionately towards improving and growing the organisation. Making meaningful contributions in the process to the lives of those living with disability. We are looking to expand God’s love by including care and services to the elderly who require most support