Hope Has A Whole New Meaning

Celeste and her family moved to Florida in 1977 when she was ten years old. She was the youngest of four children and quite a bit younger than her siblings. She was very close to her father, but her mother struggled with alcoholism and was distant.  During her high school years her dad became very […]

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My Name is Nathan

My name is Nathan and this is my experience. I’ve struggled with addiction since the age of fifteen. I was an average kid who enjoyed  and excelled at many things.  At this age I badly fractured my leg in an accident. Without knowing what would happen from being prescribed narcotics for pain, I did what […]

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Opening New Doors by Rick Shrum Observer Reporter

Almost two years to the day since its devastating fire, Washington City Mission showed its resilience again. The ceremonial ribbon was cut Tuesday on ANSYS Career Training & Education Center, located in the lower level of the mission in downtown Washington. The center will serve residents of the homeless shelter and essentially all Washington County […]

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Love & Trust

We love hearing from those whose lives have been changed at City Mission. Check out this story from a former City Mission resident, Sean: “It’s amazing the way God works through little things. The way He works through people here at the Mission who actually care about me. Whenever I’m struggling, there’s always someone to […]

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