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For more information about The Lebanon Rescue Mission call us at: (717) 273.2301.

WE ARE OPEN AND CONTINUE TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY…

Thank you for your phone calls and emails expressing your support and concern for our ministry. We are all fine and taking things one day at a time! We are providing services as best we can, while trying to keep our guests and staff healthy and safe.

We encourage you to: Stay calm…Stay home…Stay Safe

If you would like to help us during this time, we would welcome any of the following items that could be ordered online and shipped directly to us at: Lebanon Rescue Mission – 1223 Bittner Blvd., Lebanon PA 17046.

Again…thank you so much for you concerns and your support!

  • Cleaner/Disinfectant with bleach of all kinds
  • Clorox wipes
  • Paper plates, plastic utensils, disposable cups
  • Hand sanitizer – pump bottles
  • Non-latex gloves all sizes: S, M, L
  • Toilet paper
  • Tissues
  • Bleach
  • Laundry detergent
  • Hand soap
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Ways to Help

The Lebanon Rescue Mission relies on the generosity of volunteers and donors.

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Upcoming Events

Annual Dinner and Auction
Friday, October 16, 2020

Check back soon for event details.


Sunday Community Meals
The Lebanon Rescue Mission will be taking a Sunday Supper Break during the months of May, June and July. Sunday Supper will resume August 2nd at 5pm.

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Mission News

2020 U.S. Census

On April 1, 2020 the U.S. Census Bureau will be counting all residents living in the United States. We encourage all to learn more about the 2020 Census, your role as a resident, and explore ideas and downloadable materials you can use to help spread the word about the upcoming census.  Click here for details.


Agape Christmas
Agape Christmas Photo

Agape Christmas was a huge success! With the help of 40 volunteers and 600 volunteer hours we were able to sort, pack and deliver 678 gift bags to 13 different senior communities.


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Who We Are

We work to provide the “weary and burdened” not only with the essentials of life — safe shelter, a bed to sleep in, and food to eat – but also with rest for their souls. We offer the time and tools to build a relationship with Jesus Christ…this is where true life change starts.

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