About the Mission

About Us

Our Purpose

Our main goal is to reach people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ as well as aid them in their struggle to re-enter their family and community after the setbacks of homelessness and substance abuse.

Our History

For over 30 years, the Atlanta City Baptist Rescue Mission has co-labored with churches and families to assist the homeless by providing food, safe and structured shelter, clothing, friendship, and most importantly, the message of salvation.

Who We Are

We are a non-profit organization and ministry of a local, New Testament  church, relying solely on support from churches, individuals, and businesses. It takes many individuals to keep the mission operating every day; therefore, every person’s participation is of the utmost importance.

Our Programs

We can currently serve 20 men on our 6-month discipleship program, 18 transient housing, and 80 overnight guests. Those on the discipleship program are instructed in Biblical principles, work ethic, practical job skills, and are given counseling to help them learn to change how they respond to problems that previously brought them to the rescue mission. They experience a serving-others atmosphere each day, by assisting the clients that come into the facility for evening stay.

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Meeting Needs. Ministering Truth. Making a Difference.

Our mission isn’t just another homeless shelter in downtown Atlanta. It’s unique and all it’s own among the several shelters located in Atlanta because we don’t only feed and clothe them physically, but strive to reach them spiritually with the Living Bread of the Gospel. Three hundred and sixty-five days a year we hold chapel services so that each man who enters our doors may have a chance to hear the Good News, and the opportunity to receive God’s free gift of heaven through Christ. But they must choose to receive or reject it.

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