Seasons of Change
- Susan Spahr
- Clay Rebert
Director of Spiritual Development
- Pastor William Litman
Director of Men’s Ministry
- Mark Brandt
Men’s Shelter, House Manager
- Jenny Topping
Food & Volunteer Services Manager
- Darren Makaila
- Gail Verna
Special Events Coordinator
- Donna Bender
- Max Myers
Transient Program Leader
- Barb Gainer
- Paper Towels
- C-fold or multi-fold hand towels for bathroom dispensers
- Toilet Bowl Cleaner
- Pine Sol or Generic All Purpose Cleaner
- Lysol or Generic Liquid Disinfectant
- Oven Mitts
- Dish Detergent
- Dish Drying Towels
- Can Openers
- Vegetable Oil
- Canola Oil
- Hot Chocolate Packets
- Brown Sugar
- Pancake Syrup
- Venison Burger
- Men’s Deodorant
- Tea Bags (all kinds or flavors)
- Artificial Sweetener
- Shredded Cheese
- Margarine Tubs
- Cooking Spray
- Bottled Water
- HE Laundry Soap
Kindly drop off donated items at the Mission located at 1223 Bittner Blvd. at the “DONATIONS” door located to the right of the loading dock or by following the arrowed sign for directions. For more info, please call Gail, (717) 273-2301.
1223 Bittner Blvd., PO Box 5
Lebanon, PA 17042
The Lebanon Rescue Mission provides a 9 month Biblical Rehabilitation Program centered around developing a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Our goal is to return men to the world as godly individuals capable of contributing to society. In addition, our Transient Ministry offers food, work accommodations and general services to men in need of shelter.
Education and Support
Our program offers educational opportunities including classes for GED preparation, general computer skills, computer keyboarding, literacy skills and ESOL. On Wednesdays at 7:00 PM, the Mission holds an Addictions Victorious (AV) Class open to the public.
Poem written by B.L. Shelley, Discipleship Program Resident
What Kind of Thanks
Oh Lord, my Lord, thank you for who you are!
You spread the lights across the sky, You know every star.
As I look around this universe and out into space,
I stand in awe of You creation with everything in its place.
I see the mighty constellations, withholding not a gaze,
Ah, there goes a shooting star or comet all ablaze.
When I look into the heavens, how far do they span?
I feel like a speck of dust, in the palm of Your hand.
With this awesome world around us, and You in control,
What kind of thanks to You, Oh Lord, can I bestow?