El Shaddai is one of the seven covenant names GOD used to reveal Himself to Israel.  In Hebrew, El Shaddai means “The All-Sufficient One,” the GOD who is more than enough, the GOD who satisfies with Long Life.  Our mission is to help disadvantaged adults and children discover The GOD who is more than enough.  Through Jesus Christ we will walk in an anointing toward pure righteousness and power. This direction will empower the disadvantaged to rise up and take control of their destiny as they are led by the HOLY SPIRIT.


By faith we believe that GOD will do what HE said HE would do, as revealed in the HOLY Scriptures.  With faith the size of a mustard seed, we know that you will have victory in our quest to be more like Jesus Christ

We Support TIME's UP! Founded January 1, 2018;
Focus sexual assault[1]
Website www.timesupnow.com.



The mission of El Shaddai is to reach a manageable portion of the population who are seeking a stronger relationship with GOD through Jesus Christ.  We believe that those who diligently seek the LORD will receive what they ask for in addition to deliverance.  With a sincere heart we will minister to the needs of the communities we serve.  Whether that need is education, food, parenting skills, or career assistance, El Shaddai stands ready to help members transform from a life without GOD or limited understanding of HIS grace and mercy to a life with GOD. WE BELIEVE THAT A NONDENOMINATIONAL FAITH BASED ATTACK ON VIOLENCE WITHIN OUR NEIGHBORHOODS AND SOCIETY IS A WAY TO LOVE GOD AND OUR NEIGHBORS!

Help Stop Domestic/dating/elder/gang violence, and bullying!!!!

Support El Shaddai Outreach Temple’s campaign against domestic violence and other forms of violence and bullying in our local communities. When you shop via smile.amazon.com select El Shaddai Outreach Temple as the charity you support and Amazon will donate 5% of your purchase to El Shaddai Outreach Temple. www.wewalkbyfaith.biz

Green Zones

Join in the movement to Help Stop the Violence. Donate or volunteer to help
 address bullying, conflict, domestic
violence, and overcome feelings of low self-esteem SHOW SOME LOVE!  CFC 74257 “One plus you equal two” 


You can help in two ways:
1. Volunteer to help others overcome violence
2. Raise funds to train vets, returning citizens, and single parents.

Mitigate acts of violence in your neighborhood

It takes a village to halt the advance of violence. Elect safety over fear!