The Goal

Stabilize | Evangelize | Mobilize

The Goal & Mission

Following God’s command to love our neighbor as ourselves, Murfreesboro Rescue Mission exists to provide help, hope, and healing to our community’s most vulnerable population experiencing homelessness.

Stabilize

Meet the basic needs of our guest by providing meals, clothing, and temporary shelter.

Evangelize

Share God’s love and grace through the transforming power of the gospel.

Mobilize

Help find new paths back to the community as productive members of the workforce.

Murfreesboro Rescue Mission Property Purchase Goal Reached

Breaking News!

THANK YOU!

It is with much anticipated excitement that I can report to you, we have reached our goal of 150 thousand dollars to purchase the property needed for a shelter. On April 3, 2024 we were able to close and take possession of it.

A huge thanks to you. Your prayers and contributions were vital in making this happen.

What’s Next?
We are now asking for your continued prayer and financial support as we enter the final stages of making a shelter a reality. The new building plans are underway but incomplete at this time. As soon as we have more definitive information on the building, I will update you. From the very beginning, this has been a God-size challenge. I don’t mind confessing that this continues to test my faith unlike anything I have ever been involved in. A Pastor friend reminded me this past Sunday, we start by faith and we finish by faith. May that quote encourage you as well.

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More resources to providing transitional housing services for the homeless

Analysis report shows 83% agree

Need in Murfreesboro for additional permanent supportive housing

Analysis report shows 90% agree

The priority for developing additional transitional housing beds is a must

Analysis report shows 92% agree

Homelessness Needs Analysis from MurfreesboroTN.gov

Homelessness is devastating communities all over the United States even in Murfreesboro. What will we do? We can walk on by and pretend it doesn’t exist; or we can stop, acknowledge the problem and start taking steps to change lives.