ach day hundreds of needy people receive help at the Mission. People from all walks of life come through the doors: the homeless, the elderly, and the addicted. Add to the mix those who are mentally ill, the forgotten veteran, the disabled individual, families with children, the aging prostitute and those recently released from prison.
They come to receive meals, showers, clothing, spiritual help, or assistance from a social worker. Some come simply to use the bathroom or to take a shower. Many are lost and invisible people who somehow slipped through the cracks. We call them our guests and we extend our hearts and hands to them. We offer hope, encouragement and practical assistance to needy people. They are blessed to receive clothing, household items, bedding, hygienic products, and a home cooked meal. There is no charge for our services.
[Photo] Bob Marchant, Executive Director; Merrie-Susan Marchant, General Manager