608 West King St.

Martinsburg, WV 25401

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(304) 263-6901

The Hope House of Berkeley Springs will provide 9 beds for women in need
Our community meals are served 3 times a day and provide a full meal to all who walk through our doors in need, men women and children are all welcome.
When opened, the Haven House will provide 6 fully furnished family transition apartments for families experiencing homelessness.
The daily evening chapel services are a key component of our Spiritual Recovery Program, where those in our program hear the true Word of God.

With Winter approaching would you consider a financial gift to help us continue to provide a hot meal that gives us the opportunity to share Christ and build relationships to those hurting and in need of a Savior. 

Just $10 will provide 3 meals, $20 will provide 6 meals, $30 will provide 9 meals or $100 will provide meals and shelter for 5 days. 

Thank you in advance in helping us minister to all that walk through our doors.

The main purpose and the reason the Rescue Mission exists is to fulfill the great commission as outlined by Jesus Christ in Matthew 28:19, 20:


Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Amen. 


The general purpose of all the residential rehabilitation programs is to prepare individuals to return to the mainstream of our society and become responsible productive members of the society.



To disciple individuals by equipping, educating, and empowering them to be Christ-like disciples therefore returning to the local Church and community as productive members of society.




“Hope Lives Here”


Jeremiah 29:11


For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.

Our Amazon Wish List is the easiest place to see the most up to date needs of the Mission.

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.