St. James Episcopal Church 76 Federal St, New London, CT06320 The present building of the St. James Episcopal Church, which marks the resting place of first American bishop Samuel…More Seabury, also has one of the largest collection of Tiffany stained glass windows in a New England structure. The church was dedicated 125 years after the organization of the congregation in 1725. Members now support a number of musical performances and programs to combat homelessness.
New London Day Nursery 7 Vauxhall St, New London, CT06320 Located at the Smith Bent Family Center, the New London Day Nursery was started by Mrs. A.P. Grint, the wife of the…More rector of St. James Episcopal Church. It is part of the Child and Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut.
Covenant Shelter 42 Jay St, New London, CT06320 A partnership of the St. Mary Star of the Sea Roman Catholic Church and St. James Episcopal Church, the Covenant Shelter…More provides emergency housing and food for the homeless. The shelter has 14 beds for single men, three for single women and five family rooms. In addition to these services, Covenant Shelter offers assistance with rent and transportation as well as educational and work readiness programs.
The New London Homeless Hospitality Center 19 Jay St, New London, CT06320 Located in the former site of the All Souls Universalist Church, the New London Homeless Hospitality Center provides…More resources and assistance to the homeless population of the city. The shelter provides basic services such as showers, mail drop-off, and housing resources. An overnight shelter is available at the St. James Episcopal Church.