The Root Cellar
94 Washington Ave. Portland, ME 04101
Mission: To engage neighbors and volunteers to cultivate social, economic and spiritual wholeness as part of God's kingdom.
Vision: To be rooted in urban areas of need as God empowers, unites and transforms our neighborhoods through the love of Christ.
Connection with Christchurch: Several Christchurch members have been Root Cellar volunteers over the years.
Prayer and other needs: Pray for volunteers and summer missions teams
To learn more:
The Root Cellar home page
To get involved:
Volunteer opportunities at The Root Cellar
The Root Cellar was established in 1984 in a dirt floor church basement in Portland, Maine. Recognizing the need for a place where teens could come as an alternative to the streets, and in some cases their homes. Christian volunteers provided a positive place where the area youth could drop in for food, games and friendship.
More history here:
Clark Carter - Director
Clark began working at the Root Cellar in 2007. Having just worked as a missionary with OM in Bosnia, he quickly connected to the mission and vision of The Root Cellar. Clark's wife Jen is a regular volunteer and they live with their son, Samuel, in Portland.
More Staff here:
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:6–7)
Christchurch Evangelical Covenant • 1900 Congress Street • Portland, Maine 04102 • 207-775-1900 • email@example.com