Try out this phrase: The ministries of the City Rescue Mission, "a place where miracles happen." Consider those words for a minute - "where miracles happen".
     Since 1911, the City Rescue Mission has been a light shining against the darkness to the lost, lonely and left-behind. As we offer a hot meal, a place to sleep, and the hope of Jesus Christ...we get to see miracles happen every day in the lives of men, women and children who come to our ministries.
     If you aren't already a financial Partner In Hope, there is no better time than now to join our family of supporters. Your investment in this ministry will have a lasting and eternal impact.  Please visit our Donate Page now!  On behalf of everyone served here at the Mission, thank you from the bottom of my heart.



Men's Ministry

Changed lives are the goal of the Men’s Ministry. Since 1911, tens of thousands of men have come through the doors of the Mission. Through several different approaches, the Men’s Ministry cares for hungry, homeless and hurting people.

Women's Ministry

Many different circumstances bring homeless women to the City Rescue Mission's emergency shelter for women and children. They come looking for a safe place to stay for themselves and their children where they can regroup their lives.

Family Care Ministry

The Family Care Ministry provides assistance to families in need such as food, personal care items, household products, clothing, prayer, and wise counsel. Many families served are in crisis due to unemployment, underemployment, medical crisis, or poverty.

Youth Ministry

The City Rescue Mission's Youth Ministry sponsors special event, sports, and spiritual programs for youth at it's Sankey Center located on Grant Street in New Castle. The Sankey Center is home to Centershot Archery for kids and teens age 9 to 18.



Ready to give up, Matt had to make sacrifices
for his recovery. At the Mission, he found help through patience and putting his trust in God.

Cavell's Story

Cavell's found victory and through the Men's Recovery Program. He is grateful for his recovery

and leading back to Christ.  

Sierra's Story

Sierra and her family found safety and hope at
the Mission. Thankful for physical and spiritual care,
she and her family are increasing their faith.