Our community meals are open to all who are in need of food and are served three times a day Breakfast 7-730 (8-830 Sundays) Lunch 11-Noon (Noon - 1 Sundays) Dinner 4-5 everyday Your support through food and financial donations is vital to helping us supply these meals.
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Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission Services The Community

“The Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission helps instill hope to all who walk through our doors. We offer a Men’s Discipleship Program for those men who find themselves in need of a place to stay. We offer community meals to all who are in need of a place to eat, and our thrift store is a perfect way to find incredible bargains, or if you are need of clothes, we can provide those to you through our voucher program. Our goal is to create disciples for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.”

All men in our program are assigned a job while staying at the Mission to help instill a sense of worth and value.
Our community meals are prepared by our awesome Ministry Program participants!
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Shelter Offering Housing for Men in Recovery and Families

The Mission is trying to expand services to families experiencing homelessness in the region. Our 604 Project will provide six families that are experiencing homelessness shelter, meals and other services. There are currently no services in the area for families. All our support is through the generous partnership of local churches, individuals, and businesses throughout the community. 

It is only thought your continued support that we can have this type of impact in the Martinsburg community. Can you set up your donation today? Your monthly financial gifts stay here in the community to help us continue to create Disciples for Christ.
Every item of clothing you donate through our donation center is inspected, if it can be used on in our store, it is sent there, if it is damaged, we still put it to use by recycling it!! Drop us all your clothes, towels, sheets and blankets today!
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We do not receive any Government funding. Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. Donations are tax-deductible within the guidelines of the United States tax law. Contact Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission if you would like to volunteer or make a clothing or monetary donation.

Learn About the History of Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission

More than fifty years ago, Martinsburg’s business, church, and community leaders saw a need: provide for the homeless. They joined together and in 1960 opened the Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission. The mission serves three meals a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, to anyone who needs a meal. Also, we provide shelter and support for men who would otherwise have no home.

All individuals in our Ministry Program commit to attending Discipleship Classes, where they learn how to apply God's Word to their daily lives. Your donations help support this program.
Our daily community meals are open to all who are in need of a safe place to eat. Meal times are 7-7:30 for breakfast (8-8:30 on Sundays) | 11-noon for lunch (noon-1 on Sundays) | 4-5 for dinner

Community Support Reviews

“I recommend to take the time to learn more about the way that they give back to the community that gives to them it’s amazing to see the work they do to help all people who enter their doors but the most humbling is the complete compassion they show and the love of Christ that is felt within the walls of this great Mission.” 

– Liz M. (Facebook Review)

“I’ve been volunteering there a few days a week in the kitchen for a couple months now when I can and I love helping prep the food, and serving on the line. There are men in this program who are really getting their lives turned around. Turning away from their addictions and turning their eyes on Jesus.”

– Chet C. (Google Review)