Rescue Mission details program to assist citizens to gain self-sufficiency

The Winston-Salem Rescue Mission is designed to help men in need and offer community outreach.

Rescue Mission details program to assist citizens to gain self-sufficiency
March 21
03:00 2019

On Tuesday, March 5, Mayor Allen Joines collaborated with the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem & Vicinity’s Economic Development Committee to host the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Pastor Reginald McCaskill and Pam Peoples-Joyner serve as co-chairs for the Economic Development Committee.

Ken Heater and Dan Narvaez from the Rescue Mission gave a presentation detailing their programs that will assist citizens in becoming self-sufficient. The two primary pillars of the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission are to help men in the need of recovery and to offer community outreach. The Winston-Salem Rescue Mission offers a “Road to Freedom, Hope after Incarceration” program and a medical and dental clinic.

For over 50 years as a Christ-centered ministry, the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission has been working to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of thousands of hurting people in the Triad area so that they might proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and bring glory to God. As a non-denominational ministry, they provide services for anyone who calls on them for help regardless of race, religion and cultural or ethnic background.

The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem & Vicinity voted to collaborate with the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission on future initiatives.

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