Mission and Outreach seeks to serve those less fortunate members of our local and international communities. We actively support the local community: Arundel House of Hope, Habitat for Humanity, Holiday Sharing, Paul’s Place, SPAN, Winter Shelter, and the Severna Park Community Center. We also provide our facilities to Boy Scout’s of America, Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous, Mother’s of Multiples, and the Aspergers Support Group.
All are invited to join the Mission & Outreach Commission with both their time and talent to fulfill our greater mission “to serve.” We welcome your help in the work of the commission to assist those who need our support. Contact our commissioners for more information about any of our outreach ministries:
Our outreach & mission offerings include:
Arundel House of Hope/Fouse Center: This organization provides emergency, transitional, and permanent housing for the homeless; employment assistance, and mental health and substance abuse support.
ECW (Episcopal Church Women): These ladies provide scholarships for the Day School; and raise funds through the Christmas Holiday Mart to fund other outreach ministries. All St. Martin’s women are warmly welcomed.
Holiday Sharing: This program provides food baskets and gifts at Thanksgiving and Christmas for some of the neediest families in our county.
Paul’s Place: Paul’s Place is a community center located at 1118 Ward St. in Baltimore MD. Paul’s Place offers children and adults in the neighborhood a wide variety of services. We are moving forward to increase our outreach at Paul’s Place. Many opportunities are available, if you are interested in learning more contact Kris Chappell, 301-367-9837. Each Sunday there will be sign-up sheets in the Parish Hall for the various volunteer opportunities at Paul’s Place. If you are interested in an activity, please put your name and contact information on the list. If you would like to sign up to prepare chili for Paul’s Place please use our chili recipe. Check out our volunteer calendar for opportunities this month.
Severna Park Community Center: A neighborhood gathering place for swimming, sports, and other community activities.
SPAN (Severna Park Assistance Network): A group of area churches, through which parishioners donate food and financial assistance to the families in crisis in the Severna Park area. Visit SPAN’s website for more information.
Winter Shelter: Partnering with Arundel House of Hope and rotating weeks other churches in the area, St. Martin’s hosts those in need of shelter for one week during the winter season. We provides direct services of meals, beds, showers for approximately 30 men each winter. This worthwhile operation takes many helping hands. To offer your support please contact the church office.
If you are interested in volunteering or for more information please contact us.