Churches United for was formed in 1987 by a group of local churches. Now Churches United is supported by over 66 member congregations. Churches United for the Homeless has a Worship Center in which residents have the option to practice any faith or non-faith traditions. Churches United merged with the Dorothy Day Food Pantry and the Dorothy Day House to work together towards our common goals.
1987 - Churches United for the Homeless
3/15/2018 - Bright Sky Apartments Opened
1/1/2019 - Merged with Dorothy Day & Dorothy Day Food Pantry
8/1/2019 - Shortened the Organization Name to Churches United and changed the shelter's name to Micah's Mission
Executive Director: Sue Koesterman
It is the generosity of volunteers and donors that keep Churches United operating. Their support is what allows us to continue providing shelter, housing, food, and a path toward healing for those who are hungry and homeless in the Fargo – Moorhead community.