Shelter Happenings


Salisbury’s National Night Out – a time for Police, Firemen, government officials, service agencies, and people to come together for fun, food and fellowship. At the invitation of the Salisbury Police Department, Sister Angie and Brother Darrell Wilson set up a colorful and varied Christian Shelter display table.  Hundreds of booths and tables and a great throng of people filled the Park.  Board members Ted Evans and Bryan Murfree stopped by and helped spread the Shelter’s message among the crowds.  Sister Angie handed out many Shelter cards, brochures, flyers, newsletters, etc. to all who came by the table.





Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.” (Luke 10: 2)

Listen carefully, for He may be calling you.  Help is needed in His harvest at Christian Shelter for:

  •  2-4 hours, one or two days a week assisting in the Shelter Laundry
  • One Saturday or Sunday every other month supervising the Shelter office (training provided)
  • One hour, one or two days a week leading a children’s chapel program
  • Two to three hours, once a month preparing and serving dinner to Shelter guests on a Saturday or Sunday evening

If the Lord is nudging you,, call Sister Angie at the Shelter, 410-749-5673.



“Is not this (person) a burning stick snatched from the fire?” (Zechariah 3: 2)  – “I should have been dead several times over”, a young female guest told us.  “I was hooked on morphine, cocaine, acid.  I was in a car crash that wrapped around a tree.  My life was spared by some miracle.  I didn’t know why until I came here (to Christian Shelter).  I found out in your devotions – it was God.  I never knew God loved me that much.  Now I know He’s got a purpose for me, and I’m gonna do it.  I never miss devotions, even when I have to work and don’t get back to the Shelter ‘til 7:30.  I’ll go in for the last part.  God’s always got something for me that I need to hear.”



“The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few.  Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.” (Luke 10: 2)

We thank God for the workers he has sent into his harvest field at Christian Shelter, including:

  • Those who serve on the Board of Directors (sent to help guide the ministry)
  • Those who serve in prayer ministry (sent to pray, organize prayer groups, join Board and staff in prayer at the Shelter on Wednesday at noon)
  • Those who serve as Weekend Volunteers (sent to relieve regular staff on weekends and holidays)
  • Those who serve in children’s ministry (sent to lead evening devotions)
  • Those who serve in communications ministry (sent to help prepare bi-monthly newsletters and major correspondence for mailing)
  • Those who serve in clothing ministry (sent to help organize and distribute clothing to needy people)
  • Those who serve in food ministry (sent to help prepare and serve meals in the evening and on weekends)
  • Those who serve in building and grounds maintenance and cleaning
  • Those who serve in the office (sent to help with office duties)
  • Those who serve in receiving, stocking, sorting donated food

As you may guess, volunteers come and go. They are always welcome. Do you have a heart for ministry to the homeless? Just complete this application and return it to the shelter.