Crafting Hope with a Birthday Surprise

Our 13th Street Location had a very special visitor this weekend during one of our meal services. With a pair of glasses squared on his nose, a determined smile lining his mouth, and cape fastened around his neck flowing behind him as he stepped around the corner, our unique visitor entered the Mission’s dining room.

Inspiring Community: A New Staff Member’s First Impression

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“And this is our Emergency Shelter, where we have 180 beds for men who need a place to stay for the night. Upstairs we have an additional 40 beds for those who choose to enter our Long-term Overcomer Program, which makes over 200 beds total in this building alone.” As we approached the end of

The Trouble with Tents in Bucks County

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Blog Post Written by: SBRM Blogger Abigail When I was a kid, there was nothing quite so rewarding as spending the night in a makeshift tent of tattered blankets and dining room chairs. My brothers and I would agonize over the architecture of such masterpieces. Sometimes we’d design secret rooms or break out the cardboard