This is the website of the San Antonio Rescue Mission. We have been providing shelter, food, and assistance to homeless men in San Antonio for forty years. We serve an average of 35 men per night and over 9000 per year.
The men enjoyed a wonderful and reverent Christmas Eve service with lots of Christmas songs and Jake preaching and giving the Lord’s supper to all the men. Then, the men received gigantic Christmas bags full of goodies including cookies, candies, snacks, T-shirts, socks and many kinds of toiletries. The gifts were from different churches. Also, the Mission had a wonderful lighted manger scene on the front steps.
The San Antonio Rescue Mission is a faith work, supported by God’s people. We do not receive support from any federal, state, county or city organization. Your voluntary contribution is our only means of support. We do not solicit funds door to door.
Our needs are simple:
We need your prayers.
Your financial support to operate the Mission.
Your donations of food, clothing, toiletries and shoes.
We are truly humbled and thankful for our many, many supporters including individuals and churches in the San Antonio Community.
Members of Woodland Baptist Church served up lasagna, green beans, bread and pies with lots of love on Friday night, Dec. 19th. They also provided the men with socks, gloves, underwear and other personal items. The men were thankful for the wonderful meal and were also very stuffed afterwards. Thanks to Woodland for making the men feel special this Christmas!
The men received a bountiful turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day, and hand-made stocking hats on Dec. 1st from a generous lady named Ruth Graeter, a member of Northern Hills Methodist Church. The turkey and trimmings included stuffing, yams, green beans and gravy. Thanks to the staff for the delicious meal, and thanks to Ruth for her dedication in keeping the men’s heads warm this winter! [Read More...]