First Annual Golf Tournament

New Day of Laurel Maryland held its First Annual Golf Tournament at Cross Creek Golf Course on September 22nd, 2017. It was a shotgun start tournament with 59 players. The winning team was Dennis Owca, Jeff Paulson and Patrick Hall. Second place went to Bobby Wheeler, Charlie Wheeler, Gary Gireaux and Louis Carter.

First Place Team
Second Place Team

A photo ablum of images from the tournament is available. Just click on the button.

Golf Tournament Photo Albumn

Combined Federal Campaign - CF

New Day of Laurel Maryland is now listed in the Combined Federal Campaign for government employees. Our ID number is 42396

The Combined Federal Campaign is the workplace giving program of the federal government of the United States. According to its website, the mission of the CFC "is to promote and support philanthropy through a program that is employee focused, cost-efficient, and effective in providing all federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all.
CFC is the world's largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, with almost 200 CFC campaigns throughout the country and overseas raising millions of dollars each year. Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors during the campaign season (September 1st to December 15th) support eligible non-profit organizations that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world. The Director of OPM has designated responsibility for day-to-day management of the program and to its CFC office.

For all federal workers, please remember to include our ID number - 42396 in workplace donations and also ask your coworkers to remember the homeless also.

CFC Website

AGRM Membership Approved

New Day of Laurel Maryland, Inc. is now a member of AGMR - The Association of Gospel Rescue Missions.

For more than a century, one group has been tracking with the tragic conditions of desperate and disenfranchised people in North America. The Association of Gospel Rescue Missions (AGRM) has been on the sidewalks and in the face of what to many has been a faceless problem. AGRM-member facilities have a reputation for being havens of hope for all who enter.

Every year, 300 missions serve nearly 50 million meals, provide more than 20 million nights of lodging, bandage the emotional wounds of thousands of abuse victims, and graduate 18,000-plus individuals from addiction recovery programs. The ramification of their work positively influences surrounding communities in countless ways.

While rescue is in the name of the association, the followers of Jesus running these missions see that aspect as just the beginning. In total, they are about:
Rescue — Pulling people to safety from adverse conditions, and from choices and habits that lead to damaged health and death
Redemption — Presenting people with a gospel that is about life transformation in Jesus, and the reclamation of His creation
Rehabilitation — Helping people break the bonds of addiction and desperate behavior, and experience a life of healing and wholeness
Re-assimilation — Preparing people to dwell in community, and to have meaningful roles that lead to stability and missional living

In all of this, AGRM is there to tell and re-tell the story to the church and the public at large, pointing out the need for laborers, resources, prayer, and a repentant attitude toward the poor. The association’s role is also to connect its members with current news, creative ideas, and cost-saving programs in order to expedite the continual movement of their ministries to higher levels of professionalism in order to achieve greater outcomes.

Mission Statement

AGRM exists to proclaim the passion of Jesus toward the hungry, homeless, abused, and addicted; and to accelerate quality and effectiveness in member missions.

With an eye on the future, AGRM also recognizes the contagious fervor in younger followers of Jesus. They come from dissimilar backgrounds but collectively feel a renewed spiritually mandate for social responsibility regarding “the least of these,” as described in Matthew 25. AGRM believes that their perspectives are valid, and that their energy, wedded with the wisdom of those more experienced, could start a revolution of compassion that would fully awaken the church to action in this critical area of personal conviction.

Vision Statement

AGRM will foster and feed a movement of diverse, energetic disciples who will see the practice of hospitality to the destitute as both a catalyst for life transformation in Jesus and a fundamental expression of their Christian faith, thus propelling the church into the lead role in society’s quest to alleviate homelessness.

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