Individual churches can do a number of things to help unite local communities and assist individuals struggling with resources like food banks, youth groups, vacation bible schools, meeting space, community suppers. 
Our local area is fortunate to have multiple churches to gather.
 
St.John's United Church ,13 Spring Street ,Flesherton shares space with
The Hanley Institute offering youth a free ,safe space and the emotional & professional support for individuals who are struggling with anxiety,addiction,mental health issues or just feeling like they don't fit in.

Gentle Shepherd Community Church ,46 Collingwood Street, Flesherton are proud partners with Markdale Foodland supporting our community by offering shared space for the Gentle Shepherd Food Bank open twice a month . The Boynton Team and our fantastic clients support the food bank annually with our Poinsettia Campaign Annual Food Drive. 

Other places of Worship & Gathering are listed below.

Annesley United Church, 82 Toronto Street South, Markdale
Badjeros United Church
Burns Presbyterian Church,Peel Street,Feversham Cedarside Baptist Church,46 Collingwood Street, Flesherton
Church of the Nazarene, 61 Toronto Street North,Markdale
Cooke's Presbyterian , 14 George Street,Markdale
Eugenia United Church,CanRobert, Eugenia
Gentle Shepherd Community Church, Concession Eight ,Eugenia
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witness, Highway 10, Flesherton
Markdale Baptist Church, 144 Lorne Street, Markdale
Maxwell United Church, Grey Road 2, Maxwell
Rock Mills Fellowship Baptist Church, Grey Road 4 , Sideroad 35, Flesherton
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Kincardine Street, Priceville
St.Josephs Roman Catholic Church, 85 Toronto Street, Markdale