Please join us for our Men's New Life Rehabilitation Program (MNLP) Graduation.
The MNLP helps men who are homeless due to addiction and other issues develop and implement long-range plans toward a productive life through biblical counseling and classes, all delivered in a supportive environment. Residents who complete the 12-month biblical & academic curriculum enter the Transitional Living phase and are eligible for graduation. We look forward to a very uplifting evening of testimonies, special music, worship and encouragement!
We're Moving! While we explored a number of locations within the South End, the former Orr Cadillac parcel was the only site that truly fit our needs. We look forward to working with our neighbors and City officials to completely renovate this long-dormant facility so that we may continue providing the type of care and support this community has come to expect from the Springfield Rescue Mission. We should be in the new building within the next year. The building will house our Rehabilitation Program, Give-Away Center and business offices. Our Emergency Shelter at 148 Taylor Street will not be affected with this move.
Prayers: Please pray for our new neighbors, pray that the building would be move-in ready so there is no interruption in services, and please pray for the $600,000+ move-in expenses that are needed.
Parking: Parking at 19 Bliss Street is available for scheduled volunteers only. Please use the right of way driveway off 1126 Main Street which leads to the Rescue Mission's back parking lot. There is limited parking so vehicles will be monitored. Registered volunteers will be issued a temporary parking pass. If you are dropping off donations, please use on-street parking in front of the Rescue Mission, Monday - Saturday, 8am-6pm.
Inside this issue ...
- Inspiring Relationships that Heal
- Operation Hope Tote
- Easter Banquet for the Homeless
- We're Moving!
Our Mission Statement:
The goal of the Springfield Rescue Mission, since 1892, is to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the hungry, homeless, addicted and poor by introducing them to Christ and helping them apply the Word of God to every area of their lives.No person is denied services based on race, creed, sex, disability or national origin.