Baltimore, MD – Stillmeadow Community Fellowship’s Peace Park Learning Center is coming to Baltimore residents this month to promote literacy and access to technology resources in the 21229 zip code and beyond. All are encouraged to join Stillmeadow Community Fellowship and their local partners on Feb. 22, 2022 for an afternoon of exploration and fun.

The event will showcase the technology resources, learning opportunities and workforce development programming offered at the Learning Center. Programming in the space will support all age groups and backgrounds with engaging activities around computer literacy, education and health offered at no cost.

Stillmeadow has partnered with three neighboring schools in the 21229 zip code to provide access to technology and internet to students, which teachers expressed as one of the main issues that impacted learning outcomes, especially during COVID. Five students from elementary, middle and high school grades will have access to laptops with wi-fi connection. The cohort of 15 students will engage in STEAM activities to enrich learning opportunities at the Peace Park Learning Center every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 3pm – 6pm, with programming beginning officially on Wednesday, February 23, 2022.

“West Baltimore and communities across Charm City deserve access to technology, high quality information and learning resources,” said Aaron Greenberg, executive director of Libraries Without Borders US. “We are proud to partner with Stillmeadow to make a difference in the fight for digital equity.”

The disparities created by the “digital divide” have a domino effect that leaves few aspects of American life untouched. The burden of accessing technology to complete college and career training increases when basic computer literacy skills are inefficient. 

“There are individuals who have access to technology, however, aren’t knowledgeable on how to properly operate devices,” said Stillmeadow Pastor Michael Martin. “On the contrary, there are those who don’t have access to technology, but are tech savvy.”

“Here at Stillmeadow Community Fellowship, our goal is to close the gap of need, by serving as a pillar that provides resources within our community.” 

To express interest in the Peace Park Learning Center please fill out the following form at  . 

WHAT: Opening Day – Stillmeadow PeacePark Learning Center

WHERE: Stillmeadow Community Fellowship

WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 22 – 4:30pm – 6:30pm 

WHO: Stillmeadow Community Projects, Inc.



Stillmeadow Community Fellowship (SCF), currently led by Pastor Michael S. Martin, is a church located along the Frederick Ave Corridor in Southwest Baltimore. With a focus on stewardship, SCF aims to exist as a community anchor for surrounding neighborhoods by using its resources to serve the community holistically. In 2018, SCF created a nonprofit Stillmeadow Community Projects, Inc., to better serve the public. The nonprofit has engaged Baltimore residents via environmental education and workforce development programming.

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LWB US is a nonprofit organization that empowers disconnected communities and people in crisis by facilitating access to reliable information, learning opportunities, and cultural resources. Since 2015 we have created connected learning places across the United States. From public parks and community gardens in Baltimore to laundromats in Oakland and San Antonio, LWB US meets people where they are and connects them to the vital information they need to live, work, learn and play.

Libraries Without Borders US (LWB US) is a branch of Bibliothèques Sans Frontières (BSF). LWB US is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and oversees all work in the United States.
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