In the midst of World War II, The Reverend Burt McCausland held City Mission’s first chapel service in a modest storeroom on South Main Street in Washington, Pennsylvania. He acted in faith, with no way of knowing that in the year 2016, the mission he founded would be celebrating seventy-five years of providing hope for the homeless of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
We invite you to join us on October 7 as we celebrate City Mission’s faithful past and look forward to a graceful future. Black tie attire is suggested for this festive occasion. Please join us to support City Mission, the individuals we serve, and the entire community.
Our seventy-fifth year has shaped up to be one of the most outstanding years that City Mission has ever had! Join us for a number of exciting events, including grand openings, groundbreaking ceremonies, and more. City Mission’s future is full of grace and hope, and you’re invited to be a part of it!
Our volunteers, supporters, donors, and corporate partners have helped us be faithful to our mission for three quarters of a century. In City Mission’s seventy-fifth year, you too have the opportunity to be a part of that legacy of faith by contributing to a graceful future in a variety of ways.