Breaking News: LRM awarded $960,000 Grant for Bittner Blvd. Project

The Lebanon Rescue Mission’s Board of Directors would like to announce that the Lebanon Rescue Mission’s Bittner Blvd. project has been awarded a grant of $960,000.00  ALL HONOR AND GLORY goes to our Lord, who guided us through this process and removed roadblock after roadblock.   This grant represents 40% of the funds needed for our new facility capital campaign.  That is $960,000 that will not come out of our community resources!    This is an amazing blessing for both the Lebanon community and the Lebanon Rescue Mission!
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News & Events

1st Annual Lebanon Rescue Mission Golf Tournament
Friday, April 25th

Lebanon Valley Golf Course
1:00 p.m. Shotgun

Early registration by March 1st – $70 per Golfer
Call Gail at 273-2301 or Email gverna@lebanonrescuemission.org for registration or info

The Lebanon Rescue Mission is once again taking on the
Feinstein Foundation’s Challenge to Fight Hunger!
A portion of all funds (cash, checks, or pledges) received by the Lebanon Rescue Mission during the months of March and April will be tallied and submitted to the Foundation for grant funding.  We will also be given credit for all food donations.  The more donations we receive, the greater funding we will receive from the Foundation to help support our community meal program.

The Feinstein Foundation has become the greatest grass roots campaign ever to fight hunger in our country and has been in existence for the past 16 years.  Through your donations you become partners in this campaign to fight hunger.  For more info on the $1 Million Challenge, please visit the Feinstein Foundations website at:  www.feinsteinfoundation.org.

Thank you for your donations and support in hopes that no one will ever go hungry! 

Sundays at the Lebanon Rescue Mission
439 South 6th Street
9:30 AM Sunday School
11:00 AM Worship
Our services are open to the public. All are welcome!

Fall 2013 Newsletter
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We work to provide the “weary and burdened” not only with the essentials of life — shelter, a bed to sleep in, and food to eat – but also with rest for their souls. Most would agree that people need more than food and drink. We are all looking for acceptance, forgiveness and sometimes a new start.

  • At the Lebanon Rescue Mission, men battling addictions will receive support to stay clean and work toward a brighter future.
  • At Agape Family Shelter, women will discover skills for independence and a safe environment for their children.
  • At the Lebanon Free Clinic, patients who could not otherwise afford health care are treated with respect and kindness.

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