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A Project of United Ministries, Inc.

1400 E. Lombard St.

Baltimore, MD 21231




January 1, 2015

Race time 2:00 p.m. - Patterson Park

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Chesapeake Association United Church of Christ (UCC)

First & St. Stephen's UCC

Central Atlantic Conference (UCC)

Scott Kreger: RBC Wealth Management

The Beliveau Group of Cummings & Co. Realtors

David Counts

Katie Mychailyszyn

Robert Olsen & Bruce Swanson

United Evangelical UCC

Gerry's Tire and Auto Service

Thomas Hoffman, CLU, CHFC, IAR

Ikaros Restaurant



Past Events



Thank you to everyone who helped make our 2014 Gala, Everyone Has a Story, a success!



A special thanks to our sponsors:



Certified Public Accountants & Healthcare Consultants


St. John's United Church of Christ


Flowers & Fancies


Brian Frank - Ronald Frank: Lexington National Insurance Corporation




An evening of art and music



May 1 - May 15, 2014

Goucher College, The Athenaeum, 4th floor


Pictures from the May 1st opening reception can be found at the link below



Text Box: Earl’s Place Presents THE MONKEY ON OUR BACKS

An Art Exhibit Featuring Works Created by Formerly Homeless Men

This exhibition attempts to capture the everyday struggles the homeless face in society. We hope to tell the story of the injustices and challenges endured as well as the hopes of the men in their step by step journey of returning to society as positive and productive citizens.

To see a slide show of pictures and videos from the Baltimore opening go to:


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May 10—27, 2012

The Creative Alliance at The Patterson

Amalie Rothschild Gallery

Creative Alliance


Former Earl's Place Resident

Featured on Stoop Storytelling

Luke Wesby, former resident, on the front steps of his own home


On February 7th, 2011, former Earl's Place resident Luke Wesby shared his story as part of the Stoop Storytelling Series program "Gimme Shelter: Stories about Finding, Creating, and Losing a Home." You can watch the whole performance (Part 1 : Part 2), or listen to Luke's story here.