We offer the following ministry environments where lives and the community are transformed.
An emergency shelter for men experiencing homelessness. There is a Transitional Savings Program, where guests can remain at the Mission for six months to save money while they put their lives back together and form a plan to transition out of homelessness.
A 30-day emergency shelter for single women and women with children (girls of all ages, boys ages 11 and under). Women with children stay in private bedrooms. Guests are provided transportation on and off the property to designated locations and may receive vouchers to our Thrift store for clothing as needed. Guests come together to complete chores and participate in house meetings, while volunteers minister to guests through morning devotions and evening Bible studies.
A 10-16 month faith-based residential substance abuse recovery program for men who wish to put their addictions behind them and start a new life. If you are in need of help from this program, click on the link to download pdf application. To fill out the online application click on the link to apply online.
A 10-16 month faith-based residential substance abuse recovery program for women who wish to put their addictions behind them and start a new life. If you are in need of help from this program, click on the link to download. To fill out the online application click on the link to apply online.
Mobile Ministries is focused around Luke 14:23, "And the Lord said unto the servant, Go out into the highways and hedges and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled."
Mobile Ministries includes Nomadic Shelter, Search and Rescue efforts and Mobile Shower.
The Redwood Gospel Mission has men's and women's jail ministries team that are authorized to go into the county jail and facilitate chapel services, bible studies, and one-on-one biblical support as well as provide preliminary interviews for inmates looking to be released into the New Life Program.
Sales from our Thrift Store work to support the ongoing activities of the Mission. Items donated are also used to provide necessities to the individuals in our shelter and recovery programs. There is also ongoing recycling in an effort to be as socially conscious and eco-friendly as possible.
The Thrift Store has reopened.We will be taking the necessary precautions to keep our customers and staff safe including plexiglass at the register, sanitation supplies, social distancing markers, requiring face masks and other safety measures.