Join us for our 9th annual Hearts of Hope fundraiser from the safety and comfort of your own home! You will meet event host, Margarita, Executive Director, Perry Jones as well as other staff members and residents who will share heartwarming stories of lives transformed, updates from around the Mission, and ways you can help.
A year-long residential program serving homeless, distressed and struggling women and their children. NFP addresses addiction recovery, emotional healing, spiritual growth and godly character through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Women are helped to return to the community as productive citizens.
Transitional living is available on our campus for women who have graduated the New Faith Program and are employed or continuing their education. It includes a furnished apartment, accountability and counseling, and leads to independent living.
This program provides crisis shelter on campus for women from December through March. The Rescue Mission provides secure overnight accommodations for up to eight women with chapel, dinner and breakfast. Caring staff and volunteers extend their arms and hearts to women in need.
This new project will be a beautifully restored building that the residents of our New Faith Program for women and children can call home. Here they can heal from addiction, trauma and emotional pain through the truth of God's amazing grace.