God's Garage


"Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this:

to look after the fatherless, the homeless, orphans, and widows in their distress..." 

-James 1.27


Worshiping a God who is love and the source of all justice, compassion, beauty, and hope will always, if it is genuine, produce fruit.   The way we think about service here at ECC is that it is quite simply the natural result of being connected to, and in relationship with, God.  Not to mention it is a lot of fun!
God’s Garage is a ministry designed to walk along-side single mothers, widows, the elderly and the hurting with automotive assistance.  

If this ministry speaks to you, consider joining us in one of the following ways:

Recommend a Candidate.  If you know someone within the ECC community who is in serious need of automotive help and would be blessed by this ministry, simply click below.  Be sure to include their name, contact information, and why you feel they would be a good candidate, and we'll do the rest.   

Recommend a Candidate

Join the Team.  Has God equipped you with expertise in mechanical/automotive repair?  Are you inspired by the idea of following in Jesus' footsteps and extending extreme generosity to those looking for a little hope?  Click below and let us know you are interested. We will call or email you with more information about the ministry.   

join the team

Donate Used Vehicles.  We are always in need of vehicles, both for parts and as replacement vehicles for our candidates.  

donate used vehicles

Encourage the Team.  God's Garage is led by Craig Smith, in addition to a faithful and talented team of partners and volunteers.  If you have been blessed directly by their work, or are simply grateful for this ministry, tell them!   

encourage the team

Fund the Ministry.  God's Garage is an ECC ministry and by tithing/donating to ECC you are keeping it alive.  However, if you would like to donate directly to help us expand the number of repairs we are able do in 2018, simply write:
"God's Garage" on the memo line of your check or offering envelope.