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Churches Hosting Overnight Homeless Shelters in Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury-area churches will host nighttime shelters to serve adult men who are homeless now through March 28, as part of the Community Emergency Shelter Project.

Salisbury Police Chief Barbara Duncan urges people to let the police know if someone they come across appears to be homeless, so the person can be taken to one of these community shelters for food and safe shelter from the cold. The shelters are being held at the following locations:

  • Feb. 15-21: Christ United Methodist, Philip Morris Drive, and Community of Joy, 302 South Blvd.
  • Feb. 22-28: Bethesda United Methodist Church, 406 N. Division St., and Langeler Memorial Building, 225 N. Division St.
  • March 1-7: Trinity United Methodist Church, Route 50 and North Division Street, and Langeler Memorial Building, 225 N. Division St. (congregation needed)
  • March 8-14: Trinity United Methodist Church, Route 50 and North Division Street, and Langeler Memorial Building, 225 N. Division St. (congregation needed)
  • March 15-21: St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, 514 Camden Ave., and Langeler Memorial Building, 225 N. Division St. (congregation needed)
  • March 22-28: St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, 514 Camden Ave., and Langeler Memorial Building, 225 N. Division St. (congregation needed)
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