Leola Dorsey Day Resource Center
www.daycenter.org

The Day Resource Center is a Grassroots mission that evolved in 2007 from an effort to learn more about the unsheltered homeless in Howard County to delivering food to them in brown bags. Today, through many organizational donations, they have grown into a new facility that offers housing, medical assistance, warm meals three days a week, and resources to help the homeless enter back into the working society. 

First Monday Meals

On the first Monday of each month, St. Peter's members prepare and deliver a hot meal to the Day Resource Center. If you are interested in joining this ministry, fill out and submit the form below and our Outreach Team will be in contact with you.

Westside Men's Shelter
www.canconnects.org

The shelter is a 100 bed facility for men located on the grounds of Spring Grove State Hospital in Catonsville, Maryland. Clients receive three meals a day, laundry service, personal hygiene items, clothing and other resources as needed. Their clients are inspired and encouraged to work toward their own self sufficiency with assistance from the staff, agency, and volunteer organizations dedicated to ending homelessness.

Food Pantry

Our St. Peter's food pantry helps supply the needs at both the Day Resource Center and Westside Men's Shelter. St. Peter's sponsors "Green Bag Sundays" to gather food for those in need.

FIRN: Foreign-born Information & Referral Network
www.firnonline.org

FIRN grew out of an informal support service for foreign-born students at Howard Community College. It is a place where immigrants could ask questions, "without feeling stupid." Slowly its services expanded to include immigration counseling, interpreting and other critical services. Today FIRN serves immigrants from over 75 countries as well as a key resource in Central Maryland for foreign born.

Adopt a Family for Christmas

St. Peter's has supported FIRN by adopting a family for Christmas to help provide presents for children and family members in need.

Blessings In A Backpack
www.blessingsinabackpack.org

Blessings in a Backpack mobilizes communities, individuals, and resources to provide food on the weekends for elementary school children across America who might otherwise go hungry. Blessings in a Backpack is a 501 C (3) non-profit organization currently feeding over 93,000 children in  nearly 1100 schools in 45 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.

Living In Recovery
Lirhowardcounty.org

Helping men and women reclaim their lives and break the cycle of addiction-rehab-relapse by combining affordable housing free of alcohol and drugs with peer support and a climate of personal accountability.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

St. Peter's hosts two AA groups each week to support our sisters and brothers in recovery.

Because We're Worth It meets at 12 pm on Wednesdays in St. Luke's Chapel. This is an open discussion meeting.

Papillion Women's Meeting meets at 1 pm on Fridays in St. Joseph's Hall. This is an open step meeting for women.

Narcotics Anonymous

St. Peter's hosts two NA meetings per week on Mondays and Wednesdays at 8 pm in St. Joseph's Hall. These are both open discussion meetings.

Toastmasters

St. Peter's hosts the Hola Toastmasters every first and third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm in St. Joseph's Hall.