Because of our community’s faithful support and the hard work of our volunteers and staff, Faith Mission provides the following services:
Daily Chapel Services
Chapel services begin at 12:30 and 7:30 PM. Doors open 15 minutes prior to services. Services are conducted by individuals from a diversity of churches and other nonprofit organizations. Through worship the soul is fed in preparation for the feeding of the body.
Daily Meal Serving Times at Faith Mission
Breakfast 6:00 AM
Lunch 12:30 PM
Dinner 8:00 PM
All meals are free of charge and open to the public. Please sign in outside the Chapel at Faith Mission and inside the Dining Room at Faith Refuge.
Beds for those in Need
Beds are available for single men and separate rooms are available for families with or without children. Couples must provide marriage license. Semi-private rooms are provided for students in the one-year recovery program. Mats are provided, as needed.
Rehabilitation program for Men and Women
Faith Mission and Faith Refuge offer a faith based Christ centered one-year residential recovery program, New Beginnings. This program addresses addictive behaviors of all kinds. This is designed for persons struggling with addiction who are ready for a change. Addictions in life kill and destroy body, mind, soul, and disrupt families. The first 30 days of the program restrict the student to campus. The following seven months are filled with work therapy, ministering to the homeless at the shelter, daily Bible study and a 12-step recovery program. After this time students are encouraged to re-enter the workforce while remaining at the mission to continue their studies. To enter the New Beginnings Program, please contact the Program Director.
Manuel Moreno, Men's Program Director
Carol Moreno, Women's Program Director
Furniture and Clothing Provisions
Serviceable, clean furniture, household goods and clothing are accepted daily at 1300 Travis St. Limited pick up is available by calling Faith Mission at 940-723-5663.
Day Labor Service
An average of 250 clients per month find day work through employers contacting the mission. Great effort is expended in connecting the right client with the right employer. If you need Day Labor, please call and speak with Arnold Vasquez to provide the skills needed for your job or project. Many skilled laborers are at the mission. Some have experience in plumbing, electrical, framing, and drywall. Many are eager to learn new skills. The opportunity to work builds self-esteem in the worker, provides a temporary solution for the employer, and can lead to permanent employment for the Faith Mission client. Working together with the community, we can rescue, rehabilitate, and reintegrate homeless persons!