Haven Ministries - Hope Through Shelter, Clothing & Food

Haven Ministries 

Haven Ministries, one of our adopted charities, is a growing coalition of more than 16 churches called to extend the love of Jesus, by offering hope to men, women and children in Queen Anne’s County, caught in the cycle of poverty.  One or two persons from Wye Parish may serve on the Board of Directors and we contribute donations and volunteers throughout the year.

Haven Ministries programs include: a Homeless Shelter, Our Daily Thread Thrift Shop, Permanent and Emergency Food Pantries, Hope Warehouse with Job Training, Resource Center, Art for Your Home Program and Street Outreach Program.  Haven Ministries is also actively planning a low-cost housing assistance program and is in the planning stages of constructing homes that would enable clients to live on the property long term, under a low-cost landlord-tenant relationship.

With so many growing programs at Haven Ministries there are many ways to contribute that may match your interests: Donations of money, food, clothing, household items, construction items, furniture and art; volunteering for serving the homeless, food pantries, thrift Shop, hope warehouse; setting up and helping at fund raising events; serving on the Board of Directors and much more.

For more information please contact: Rick Culotta (410-829-3129 / [email protected]) or go to our Website: Haven-Ministries.org

Haven Ministries’ New Mobile Food Pantry Truck Offers Hope to
Northern Queen Anne’s County Residents
Haven Ministries is operating a new Mobile Food Pantry Truck where residents in northern Queen Anne’s County can go and “shop” for needed food items. The “store on wheels” will be parked at Faith Bible Church at 407 Dudley Corner Road in Sudlersville every week on Tuesdays and Fridays, offering a selection of non-cooked food items for area residents.
With increased demands for its food pantries and overall services in Queen Anne’s County, Haven Ministries relocated its food pantries from Stevensville and Centreville, along with its Centreville Resource Center, to a new Food Pantry/Resource Center at 206 Del Rhodes Avenue in Queenstown in July. Along with the Food Pantry Truck, the headquarters is helping meet the growing need for assistance. The CARES Fund helped with the opening of the headquarters and purchasing of the Food Pantry Truck for northern Queen Anne’s County.
Pettit adds, “The need is there in northern Queen Anne’s County and we are trying to meet that need.”

An Update from Haven Ministries Krista Pettit, Executive Director

Haven Ministries - Hope Through Shelter, Clothing & FoodI want to inform you of Haven Ministries’ exciting new location for our Resource Center AND food pantry. Our Resource Center has moved from Centreville to the same property as the food pantry.

The Headquarters with the Resource Center and Food Pantry is open Monday, Wednesday-Friday 8:30-4:30 and Tuesday 7 am-7 pm.

The new location is 206 Del Rhodes Avenue, Queenstown, MD 21658, just a couple of blocks from St. Luke’s Chapel.

Our new Phone number: 410-827-7194.

Volunteers needed at New Food Pantry-Queenstown and
Pop-up Food Pantry – Sudlersville !

Haven Ministries is hosting another Pop-Up Food Pantry in Sudlersville

on Friday, Sept. 11, 2020 – from 5:30-7pm at the Sudlersville Park next to the Meat Locker.  If you would like to volunteer, please contact Chris at 443-988-1183.

Or call 410-827-7194 to volunteer at our new Resource Center and Food Pantry in Queenstown at 206 Del Rhodes Avenue, Queenstown, MD 21658, just a couple of blocks from St. Luke’s Chapel!  Please call for an appointment.