It’s Definitely Going to be SWEET!

Sweet Sunday Dessert Festival Sunday, February 26th, 12 noon – 5:00 p.m. Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe Join us for our 23rd Annual Sweet Sunday Dessert Festival! Our vendors have been confirmed, and they’re busy preparing to win your vote for the People’s Choice – Best Dessert trophies or the Best Decorated Booth trophy. This year’s special-guest […]

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Sponsorship Opportunities for 23rd Annual Sweet Sunday

City Mission is bringing hope to the homeless men, women and children of Southwestern Pennsylvania with your 2017 Sweet Sunday Sponsorship! There’s an opportunity for everyone. Levels range from PREMIER SPONSORSHIP of $20,000 to GOOD SAMARITAN SPONSORSHIP of $50. For further details about sponsorship levels email or call: Rick Franks: rfranks@citymission.org  (724)705-7133 or Raymond Seng:  […]

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Demolition: Making Room for New Veterans Residential Facility

Clouds of demolition dust filled the air this week on Strawberry Avenue as City Mission contractors tore down the old Anderson Glass Building diagonal to the Washington Police Station, and City Mission’s former Samaritan Care Center, formerly located at 55 Strawberry Avenue. We are making room for the new 22-bed homeless Veteran’s Residential Facility, with construction on the […]

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Samaritan Care Center: Providing Prayer & Hope to the Washington Community

Samaritan Care Center:  Providing Prayer & Hope to the Washington Community  Now Helping 740 Families     The Samaritan Center, City Mission’s community outreach program, provides food, clothing, furniture, and other necessary household items at no-cost, to families and individuals throughout the community who are in need.    In addition, Paul Smith and the incredible team […]

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City Mission’s Veterans Residential Facility

America asks a lot of its military men and women.  And when they return home, too many of our beloved veterans find that returning to civilian life is even more challenging than being on active duty. Over 500,000 veterans are homeless. Veterans do not integrate, they isolate; which is why they so desperately need their own unique physical […]

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