The past two months have been quite busy at Springs Rescue Mission! Even though the Mission experienced our first outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, we have seen hope shining through the darkest of times as guests celebrate the holidays, share their stories, and even make the decision to be baptized. We’re also reflecting on the year in our 2020 Annual Impact Report. Thank you for loving bigger and helping our neighbors during this time!
Here are a few highlights from the last two months:
Guests celebrate the holidays at Springs Rescue Mission
A few weeks later, Work Engagement team members were filled with Christmas cheer as they decorated a tree in the new Samaritan’s Kitchen and Dining Room! Everyone had a wonderful time decorating for the season and bringing a bit more Christmas joy to the Springs Rescue Mission campus.
2020 Annual Impact Report released – see how you made a difference in 2020!
COVID-19 outbreak reported at Springs Rescue Mission
After nine months of diligent work to keep homeless men and women safe from the COVID-19 virus, Springs Rescue Mission has now experienced our first confirmed outbreak of the virus.
William makes the decision to be baptized
We were thrilled to see another guest make the important choice to be baptized! Congratulations to William on making this significant decision. He was baptized by a volunteer during a weekly Bible Study.
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week observed
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week was observed during the week of November 15th. This annual event is a time to reflect on how to help those most in need and to open our eyes to the realities of hunger and poverty. Read what some of the guests at Springs Rescue Mission have to say about their experiences of being hungry, homeless, and alone.
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