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Interfaith Emergency Winter Shelter Schedule

November 1, 2014 through March 31, 2015
Locations of the Shelter Each Night 2014-15 Season

Saturday Night:

First United Church 2420 E. Third St. (Near the corner of Third Street and Woodscrest Dr.)

Sunday Night:

First United Methodist Church 219 E. 4th St. (on 4th Street between Lincoln and Washington Streets)

Monday Night:

First United Church 2420 E. Third St. (Near the corner of Third Street and Woodscrest Dr.)

Tuesday Night:

First United Church 2420 E. Third St. (Near the corner of Third Street and Woodscrest Dr.)

Wednesday Night:

Trinity Episcopal Church 111 S. Grant St. (on Kirkwood)

Thursday Night:

First Christian Church 205 E. Kirkwood (corner of Washington)

Friday Night:

First Christian Church 205 E. Kirkwood (corner of Washington)

The Shelter opens for guests each night at 9:00 pm. Guests should arrive for check-in by 10:00 pm. Guests are required to leave the Shelter premises by 7:00 am the following morning.

Note: On Sunday night, the Shelter doors will open at 8:30 pm for a meal.


 

Interfaith Winter Shelter – We need your Help!

We are currently training for the 2014-2015 season!

NEW-> View Upcoming Training Dates

We need volunteers to offer hospitality and a warm, safe place to sleep for our homeless guests. Can YOU help on a 3 hour shift? Give support and encouragement to our guests who have no place to sleep?

Contact btowninterfaithwintershelter@gmail.com for more information on upcoming training.

Mission

Our mission is to provide a low-barrier winter shelter for homeless individuals in Monroe County from November 1 through March 31, from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m., seven days a week. Our purpose is to offer a warm, safe place to those who have no place to go and do not meet admission requirements for other shelter sites in this community.

The Shelter is currently recruiting volunteers and accepting donations for the 2013-2014 season. We welcome your participation as volunteer, donor, or community partner in a collaborative effort that is strengthened by the whole community’s involvement.