The North County Emergency Outreach Network (NCEON) is a Christian all-volunteer organization comprised of more than 35 churches and 5 civic organizations from the Glen Burnie, Linthicum, Pasadena, and Severn areas.  All funds received by NCEON are donated by member churches/organizations and private individuals.

Established in 1989, NCEON has distributed over $1 million in food and funds to the less fortunate members of our community.  NCEON’s ultimate goal NCEON is to never be needed again.

NCEON is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 am-3 pm, providing assistance to qualified applicants in the following areas:

·       court-ordered evictions

·       utility shut-off notices

·       fuel

·       medications

·       special emergency situations

·       budget counseling

·       pastoral counseling

·       shopping assistance

·       referrals

·       intervention programs for battered persons

·       homeless programs

LHUMC parishioners routinely bring non-perishable basic food items to church with them on Sundays as an extra offering for our neighbors in need to supplement those with limited budgets.

Each year, the LHUMC Church Family donates nearly 500 bags of food that helps NCEON meet their mission throughout the local community of need.


1.  Bring canned goods to church in a bag on Sunday (e.g. tuna; canned meats/vegetables/ fruits; peanut butter, spaghetti sauce and pasta).

2.  To volunteer with NCEON, please call them direct at (410) 766-1826.


LHUMC’s Mission Outreach contacts are Diane Summers and Kathy Barnes and can be contacted through the church office at (410) 859-0990 or

For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat;…

 Matthew 25:36