COVID-19 Response

Learn more about what LMM is doing to best respond to COVID-19.

Be an Agent of Change for Homeless Families

Families are the fastest-growing segment of people experiencing homelessness in the United States.


COVID-19 has made 2020 challenging, but LMM has continued to do all we can to serve those who need it the most.

LMM Racial Equity Resources

Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry has compiled a list of resources for education around racial equity and inclusion. Click below to learn more.

Donate to LMM's Men's Shelter at 2100 Lakeside

Looking for a way to help those that are vulnerable during this time of great need? Check out News 5 Cleveland’s article on how you can help.


Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry (LMM) is a 50 year-old non-profit providing innovative social enterprise job-training, civic engagement strategies and safety net services for the city of Cleveland and across northeastern Ohio. Our mission leads us to operate programs that change lives, transform communities and enliven community engagement.

COVID-19 Preparedness

LMM has been following the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and advancing our safety and business continuity plans in coordination with city and county governmental partners and within the guidance provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), National Institute of Health and the World Health Organization. Click here to learn more.

Notes from LMM

Fair Chance Housing

Do you remember the last time you applied for a rental property? At some point in the application process, you were probably asked to pay a fee for the property manager to run a background check. This step has become a routine part of the rental application process....

Interview with Sai Sinbondit: Fair Housing Month

This week, LMM’s Fair Housing Month features have highlighted many of our existing programs. Today we wanted to introduce our LMM community to one of our closest partners in this work – architect Sai Sinbondit. Sai is a critical partner that has helped bring various...

Cass United Methodist Church: Fair Housing Month

Rev. Faith Fowler is the lead pastor of Cass United Methodist Church and executive director of the church-related Cass Community Social Services (CCSS) in Detroit, Michigan. She asked a fateful question while was sitting on the deck of the cottage she was able to...

Lakewood Congregations: A Night in the Cold

For years, children and teens from two Lakewood Congregations have gotten a small, but very realistic taste of what it might be like to have no shelter—no home. St Peter’s Episcopal Church and Lakewood Congregational Church have chosen long, dark, cold January nights...

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