Mission

We are a Christian, non-denominational service ministry, meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of hurting people in the Triad area so that we might proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and bring glory to God.

Core Values

We are a Christian organization that believes in the triune God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and affirms the transforming life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ as the salvation for all humanity, and seeks to put Christ at the center of all we say and do.

We are a non-denominational ministry that provides services for anyone who calls on us for help regardless of race, religion, cultural or ethnic background.

We are a service ministry following the example of Christ who came “not to be served, but to serve” and carrying out the Great Commandment to “love our neighbors as ourselves”.

We are called to proclaim the gospel to anyone who is lost and in need of the grace and forgiveness found only in Jesus Christ.

We seek to glorify God in all we do, believing that by serving the needs of our neighbor, showing kindness and compassion to the hurting and the lost, and sharing the good news of the gospel of Christ with all people we bring glory to God and fulfill our purpose in life.

Click here to learn more about our Outreach Mission.

Statement of Faith

Needs are met on three basic levels:
  1. Physical needs are met by providing food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, education, work training and other services that create healthy and whole persons;
  2. Emotional needs are met through integrated Biblical counseling, addiction recovery programs and caring support;
  3. Spiritual needs are met through Bible study, chapel services, personal counseling and a call to Christian faith and practice.

Community Outreach

The Mission provides several services to meet the needs of the general public in the Triad area. These services include outreach to over 6,000 individuals each year:

  1. Free Medical and Dental Clinics (run by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses) (1,107 patients)
  2. Free Food Pantry (provides 53,000 meals/year)
  3. Free Clothing Ministry (through our Thrift Store) (10,000 pieces of clothing)
  4. Thrift Store (providing affordable gently used items including furniture, mattresses, clothing, appliances, electronics, and more)

The Mission is a 501(c)3 organization and is privately funded with the majority of our donations coming from individuals, churches and businesses. 80% of our donations are used to directly fund our programs which help those in need. We also receive gently used donations for our Thrift Store. The Mission is supported by over 400 volunteers a year with 6,000 service visits on campus who have the vision of helping those most in need in our community.

We invite you to join us in this important and effective outreach.

Rescue Mission Core Values
The WS Rescue Mission will be on Plan 1 for Monday December 10, 2018. Please stayed tuned to WXII12 for any changes.
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