Rescue Mission of El Paso

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‚ÄčFor more than 60 years, the Rescue Mission of El Paso has served as a member of the local body of Christ in proclaiming the Gospel to the poor and displaced while demonstrating the love of Christ in assisting persons with physical needs of food, clothing, shelter, counseling, education and vocational training.  

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Due to the expansion of Loop 375, the Rescue Mission of El Paso will be leaving the Paisano location off of I-10 and relocating in 2015. Click below for exciting news and prayer opportunities.

The Mission aims to teach people how to take care of themselves and their families by becoming productively employed members of society. We do this by first introducing people to Jesus Christ.

The face of homelessness is rapidly changing. It only takes a few choices for a person to find themselves without a place to say. With more and more of those being children, the need for your help has never been greater. 

TEENS FROM CORONADO BAPTIST CHURCH VOLUNTEER

 

Volunteers served breakfast to residents, organized the food pantry and spent three hours praying over the new property and changes to come. These students will be going on a mission trip to San Francisco later this year to serve in a shelter there. To find out more about how you can help at the Rescue Mission of El Paso, click the button below.

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Meet our Guests

E. Gomez

"RP is like no other. It carries the path to find my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ."

  • AGRM Homeless Snapshot shows that 1 in 3 faces homelessness for the first time. click here.
  • Blake Barrow: Rescue Mission of El Paso will expand thanks to group effort- El Paso Times
  • Learn more about Association of Gospel Rescue Missions at agrm.org
  • Read this month's newsletter, published by RMELP by clicking here.

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Randy

"I am back in God's will and my life is again manageable."

R. Caldwell

"They really care about our welfare. God Bless the MIssion"

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