The Middletown warming station is a safe overnight space for homeless men and women

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From Nov. 18, 2018, through April 4, 2019, the warming station in Middletown provides a warm and safe environment for homeless adults living on the streets in Middletown.

The warming station is open nightly from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m., and will only admit those in need until 9:30 p.m.

Men and women are encouraged to volunteer overnight to help supervise Middletown homeless men and women who have been screened for suitability. If you wish to volunteer, please see our volunteer page (

Our goals are:

• To get folks to volunteer to spend the night at the warming station

• To get folks to donate items for people in need at the warming station

• To have folks give money to support the warming station

Donate items: it will really help. Give money: you are making a difference.

We've all been on the receiving end of a generous and giving heart. Be the kind stranger. Be a part of making someone's life better. Be our good neighbor.

You can drop off these Items below to the Middletown warming station:

• Heavy weight full length socks

• Men’s undershirts, boxers L/XL

• Women’s underwear M/L/XL

• Heavy winter gloves and hats

• Shaving cream/razors, disposable

• Deodorant

• Disposable gloves latex/nonlatex

• Paper products — hot cups, plates, bowls, napkins

• Coffee — large cans, non-dairy creamer, sugar packets

• Large soup cans

• Hot cocoa

• Sling-style nylon backpacks

All items can be dropped off at the back of the church and/or at:

St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 58 West Main St., Middletown (across from Police Station)

Phone: 343-6911

Drop-off hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Please connect below to give:




The Greater Middletown Interfaith Council is comprised of over 30 faith-based organizations located around the Middletown area. Spiritually we support and host the Good Friday Service at Grace Episcopal and the Thanksgiving Service, which is held at various locations each year.

We are financially supportive of the food pantry at St. Paul’s United Methodist and the Guild of St. Margaret Soup Kitchen at Grace Episcopal. We host the Greater Middletown CROP Hunger Walk held in October every year.

The Greater Interfaith Council


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