A deep fryer is the last piece of the Mission's new kitchen equipment. All these valuable tools were made possible by our loving donors throughout the tristate area.
We ate lunch at Uncle Larry"s. Larry is a deacon at Olivet Baptist Church which is next door to his restaurant.
Our morning brought us by Olivet Baptist Church. They feed the homeless every day for lunch.
We drove around the city connecting with homelessness. Patten Towers is a housing first step homeless take to get off the streets.
We hit the streets one morning this week to connect with homelessness in the city. Breakfast was at Born Again Christian Church. They provide a free breakfast for the homeless.
Below is part of a five star review the Mission recently received from a guest. She came to the women's shelter to escape a difficult situation. "I called in need of a place to get away from an abusive situation. They called me back within a couple of days to…
Caleb, Justin and Charles chose to help the Mission for one of their UTC classes. They brought 70 care packages to the shelter guests.
In 2018 we provided 31,404 meals. The Mission's new six bay warming table recently arrived with our new equipment. It will be a big boost in serving meals this year!
"Resurrection Hope" is the title of our Easter dinner the Mission will be hosting for the homeless this Sunday evening at 5:30 PM.
This Easter weekend we will be publishing an unforgettable video about two young girls. They took action out of love for Christ and concern for the homeless. Watch for Annalee and Abi's story.