a faith and community-based 501(c) (3) nonprofit, was incorporated in 1993 and is a Health & Human Services Ministries recognized by the Central Atlantic Conference of the United Church of Christ. The name United Ministries was chosen to represent a broad-based community organization consisting of both secular and ecumenical groups, which is reflected in its active partnership with congregations and individuals of any or no religious persuasion.
the first project of United Ministries, opened in 1997 and is named for Earl Johnson, who, before his death was involved both as a client and a volunteer at The Supper Club, a soup kitchen in Fells Point. With the support of many generous donors we provide housing and supportive services to men who are homeless.
1400 E. Lombard St., Baltimore MD 21231
is a new project being developed in Baltimore County. The site of the former Nehemiah House, Prospect Place will provide permanent efficiency apartments to twelve chronically homeless men.
Renovations will begin in the Fall of 2014.
8720 Philadelphia Road, Rosedale, MD 21237