it’s hard to get your life together in the stressful street environment, so we have a home for 10 formerly homeless men. More of a Christian family than a program, it is a place to learn care and cooperation, as well as life skills. Twice a day Bible studies are available for residents and visitors. We welcome 3 men for overnight stays, three nights a week, and both men and women are welcome for meals, showers, laundry and hanging out, Tuesday through Saturday.
Sunday services both have a meal following. Our morning pancakes and sausage are so famous the street folks call is “the pancake church.”
Sunday afternoons is our pizza and Jesus service on Sixth Street--Rudy provides 90 slices of Costco's best, and always we pray for whoever wants prayer.
Thursday night is Night Strike, when we go camp to camp delivering about 60 home cooked meals, plus the sandwiches August from the East Bay brings.
Two mornings a week we bring coffee and pastry to get the folks camping in the Mission area off to a good start.
Every week, we deliver around 40 food boxes to folks living in SRO hotels
There is an outdoor Sunday service at Brannan Street Wharf near Pier 38, at 10am, rain or shine. Worship, God’s Word and fellowship with one another strengthens us for what may be a rough week on the street.
Sunday afternoon on Sixth Street is our Pizza and Jesus service. After a worship time and a short message, people enjoy a mid-afternoon pizza snack.
Friday is revival time on Sixth Street with our Fire on Friday service. (outdoors). God always does amazing things at this 6-7:30 pm service.