February 24, 2010

Matthew 25 Resource 2/24/10-The City Mission (Cleveland, OH)

What do you think of when you hear someone say "The City Mission"?
Do you think of a homeless shelter providing a bowl of soup and a warm bed in a safe facility?

At The City Mission, the door to a new life may indeed open with a night spent at one of our crisis centers. Or it may be a visit to an inmate in jail or prison or with a student attending one of our youth events or programs. But it’s the faith-based Christian discipleship programs that change lives.

Founded in 1910, The City Mission currently serves thousands of clients annually within Greater Cleveland at two different locations: main campus at E.55th and Carnegie Avenue and Laura's Home on Puritas Avenue in Cleveland.

Click here to find out more.

Through the tireless efforts of staff and volunteers and the great generosity of many generations of Clevelanders, the Mission offers crisis programs for men, women and children; spiritual aid and support for those incarcerated and their families and dynamic programs for youth and their families throughout the year.

During our 100th anniversary celebration and activities in 2010, we invite you to take a closer look at our past, learn about our present and consider becoming a part of our future!

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