About us

Based in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Harvest House PEI serves people struggling with life issues from throughout the Island. The initial outreach was established by Cal Maskery in 1998.

Under the direction of Michelle Calder, then Noel Mal, and currently John Bennett, Harvest House Ministries PEI has been a viable catalyst for change in the hearts and lives of hundreds of Men, Women, and Youth. 

Our interest has always been focused on helping Islanders to transition from destructive lifestyles to a healthier and more productive life. 

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Over the last few years, we have been able to partner with the national Coldest Night of the Year WALK which has helped to raise funds for local outreaches and various non-profits across Canada -- like Harvest House PEI.

With this added support, which involves almost 2000 Islanders, we have been able to continue to grow and expand our programs to reach more people in need. Your support helps make the difference in the lives of Men, Women and Youth. 

Staff

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John Bennett, Executive Director

John has been living and serving across the Maritime region since 1980 and most of that time based in PEI. Together with his wife Charlene, they have reached out to all kinds of people with their love and compassion.

Since 2001 they have been involved with Harvest House and in 2008 voluntarily accepted on the role of Executive Director.  They have raised three amazing children, all of which are married to great spouses, and all living in various places around the world.

Harvest House PEI is overseen by a local board of directors. For more information, please contact us. 

Judith MacLellan, Administrator

Judith came to us in 2013 with a wealth of Administrative experience and a deep passion to serve people with grace and kindness.  She oversee's bookkeeping and a variety of administrative matters.

She helps us to remember where 'everything's located' and is a dedicated servant of the Lord.