The Path from Shelter to Home.
Rooted in Christian Values
Meeting Ground grew from the concept of "shelter" to the reality of "home" for people experiencing homelessness.
Our mission is to help meet basic human needs and to address the root problems that perpetuate the cycle of homelessness and poverty.
Prayers for Meeting Ground- Mondays at 10:00am at the Mary Randall Center - Join staff members in prayer and celebration for Meeting Ground's ministries every Monday morning.
Bible Study with Mike Brandon of the Paris Foundation- Tuesdays at 9:00am at the Mary Randall Center
Prayer and Praise with Glorious Presence Church- Wednesdays at 1:30pm at the Mary Randall Center
Upcoming Fundraising Events
North Elk Coffee House on November 15
This month's performance welcomes Hungrytown, featuring husband and wife duo Ken Anderson and Rebecca Hall at St. Mary Anne's Episcopal Church at 315 S. Main Street in North East, MD. You can hear their folk/Americanna music at www.hungrytown.com. The doors open at 7:00pm and the music begins at 7:30. Snacks are available for purchase. The proceeds from your donation at the door help support Meeting Ground's ministries. The opening performance is Sin City which performs a mix of original songs and classic songs from every American genre.
Emergency Winter Rotating Shelter Begins on Monday, November 24th
The Winter Rotating Shelter season begins with Elkton United Methodist Church hosting at Five Rivers Church in Elkton. If you, your church or other organization are interested in helping with a night or week of ERS, please contact Shenise at email@example.com or by calling 410-620-3128.
National Homeless Memorial Day on December 21
Stay tuned for details about Meeting Ground's recognition of the National Homeless Memorial Day.
Part-time Help Needed
Meeting Ground is looking for someone to work in the office at the Mary Randall Center.
Volunteers are Needed!
Are you looking for a way to serve your community? Meeting Ground is looking for volunteers to help fulfill our mission to serve people who are experiencing homlessness. Volunteers are needed to help at the Mary Randall Center in the mornings to help check clients in for showers and laundry faciliities. The Men's and Women's Shelters are looking for volunteers to help transport our residents to doctor appointments on an as-need basis. If you are interested in volunteering for any of Meeting Ground's programs, please contact Kris, our volunteer coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 410-620-3128.
You can submit a general donation.