Hope For Men
Every day over 1000 meals are provided by Hope Mission, free of charge. We serve three meals a day, five days a week with brunch and dinner on weekends. Hope Mission also distributes clothing to those in need, through the Hope Bargain Shoppe.
Hope Mission has been helping people leave the streets and discover a place they can call home for over 80 years. We provide emergency shelter for those who need a safe, dry, warm place to get a good night’s sleep. Our ultimate goal is to help individuals find a home of their own.
For men struggling with addiction, we provide a 12-Step year long recovery community called Breakout. Our hope is rooted in the life-changing power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and from that source we seek to meet not only the physical needs of our guests, but spiritual needs as well.
Men’s Stories of Hope
The Beginning of Something SpecialThoughts from Richard, a Hope Mission chaplain 2:58 Monday afternoon in the Ministry Wing of the Breakout Recovery Community at the Herb Jamieson Centre. I grabbed my Bible and headed to the “Library” room. Would this new initiative be worthwhile? How many men would show up? A modest group of five guys were waiting. As... Read More ›
Breaking the Chains of Addiction – Joe’s Story“It took me this long, but I came home. I came back to God.” Last September, Joseph “Joe” McPhee came to Hope Mission a broken and battered man. Just weeks ago at this year’s Spring Banquet, Joe stood in front of his brothers in the Breakout Recovery Community, and shared his life-changing Hope Mission experience. Joe grew up... Read More ›
Hope Mission’s Annual Spring Graduation puts joy centre stageApril 9th there will be a graduation ceremony. Men and women celebrating one or two or five years clean, the culmination of hard won, often painful and harrowing struggles. Celebrate with us! Thursday, April 9th Dinner at 6:00 pm (Limited seating left) Graduation at 7:45 pm Dinner tickets are just $10 Sherwood Park Alliance Church... Read More ›
Save a Life Like Brian’s This Easter“The end was coming, I was dying on the street”. Having endured every kind of abuse, Brian started using drugs at an early age. He survived on the street for years, but he couldn’t stay there much longer. Thanks to the generosity of supporters like you, Brian found hope. Hope begins with a meal, and... Read More ›
Smiling Back at 2014It is a privilege to serve the homeless, hurting and hungry at Hope Mission. As I write this, there are more than 200 staff members making sure our homeless are fed and cared for. And as a member of our Community Engagement team, I get to tell their stories online. My name is Dave, and my favourite moment... Read More ›
5 Winter Hazards that Threaten the HomelessYesterday the Edmonton Journal reported, “Shelters such as Hope Mission are seeing increased traffic since deep freeze temperatures of below -20 hit the city…the centre is bustling with people seeking a bite to eat and more importantly, the warmth.” (full article here). When January’s inevitable cold arrives, warmth trumps hunger. For homeless people, the biting... Read More ›
Give new life for the new year – before 2014 is over!Renew hope and save a life in the New Year. There’s not much time left to make your gift count in 2014! Help bring hope to a homeless person in the new year. Please make a year-end donation…and save a life. Nicole says, “I was ready to end it all, I was addicted, angry, lonely…I... Read More ›
Shop our Gift Catalogue and your Christmas gift could change a life like Valerie’s!“Fear not, I bring you good news of great joy.” There’s still time to give the gift of hope to a hurting neighbour. Visit Hope Mission’s Christmas Catalogue today! When you shop Hope Mission’s CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE you provide immediate care to someone in deep need. But your gift offers more than basic care. It sends hope, offers... Read More ›
The Meal You Give This Christmas Could Save a LifeDear Friend, Because of your compassion, Hope Mission is making a difference for people like Vera. Here Vera found food, shelter, spiritual nourishment and healing. “Hope Mission helped me come to terms with all the pain, all those hopeless messages. I discovered God’s presence, God’s forgiveness and faithfulness. What I got here was love!”... Read More ›
An Awe-Inspiring Baptismal Service“It was a stunning testimony of overcoming abuse and following the Lord, now, with all his heart, soul and mind.” That’s Pastor Alan talking about one young man’s testimony at Hope Mission’s recent annual baptismal service at Alberta Beach. To see God’s love turning hearts and changing minds; to hear the stories of lives... Read More ›
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