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1309, 2016

2016 UMM CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT: The gift that gives back!

By | September 13th, 2016|Categories: Latest News|Comments Off on 2016 UMM CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT: The gift that gives back!

It’s that time of year again and here’s a look at the 2016 Union Mission Christmas ornament which will available beginning October 1, 2016. To pre-order, contact Terry Hodge 304.925-0366 ext. 145 or by email terry@wefeedpeople.com.

2406, 2016

Flood Relief – West Virginia

By | June 24th, 2016|Categories: Latest News|Comments Off on Flood Relief – West Virginia

June 24, 2016 In the midst of a state of emergency across many West Virginia counties, Union Mission is partnering with WCHS 8 TV, WQBE 97.5 and other potential partners to help those affected by the recent storms and flooding. We are collecting drinking water, bleach, cleaning supplies and non-perishable food items. Donations can be brought to the Union Mission at 700 South Park Road in Kanawha City or left at one of the drop off sites listed below. […]

104, 2016

Youth Pastors, Sign up now for Mission Quest Adventure this summer

By | April 1st, 2016|Categories: Latest News|Comments Off on Youth Pastors, Sign up now for Mission Quest Adventure this summer

EVENT DATE: Saturday, July 30th, 2016 Save the date for a fun, FREE day of fellowship as you rally your youth group teams to find specific items for Union Mission. The day will culminate with a picnic and private party at Water Ways in Boone County. […]

2302, 2016

Volunteers Make a Difference – Shana Clay

By | February 23rd, 2016|Categories: Latest News|Comments Off on Volunteers Make a Difference – Shana Clay

This year for Valentine’s Day, Shana Clay delivered 45 filled cinch sacs to be given to the homeless at Union Mission’s Crossroads men’s shelter.  […]

2808, 2015

You Did it!

By | August 28th, 2015|Categories: Latest News, Uncategorized|Comments Off on You Did it!

A few months ago, we reached out to our friends and partners for help with a critical situation.  Three of our trucks were out of commission.  With prayerful consideration we entered into a lease agreement to purchase a used flatbed truck.  Our goal was to pay monthly payments on the truck for the next 14 months. […]

Stories of Hope

It’s amazing how God works.

Jim and Marie* had originally planned to sell their car which no longer had much value to them. God, however, had a different plan and worked through a friend who told another friend who told them about families who had lost [...]

By | September 1st, 2016|Categories: Stories of Hope|Comments Off on It’s amazing how God works.

Hello, I’m Mark

I am from Princeton and spent eighteen years in the military. I have served two tours in Iraq and was wounded while serving in Afghanistan. […]

By | November 2nd, 2015|Categories: Stories of Hope|Comments Off on Hello, I’m Mark

Randy

I am originally from Fayetteville but lived and worked in Ohio for many years. When I lost my job, I became homeless and moved around staying with friends. […]

By | August 28th, 2015|Categories: Stories of Hope|Comments Off on Randy

New Hope

For many people, Easter is a time of new outfits, family gatherings, great food and enjoyable activities that generate fun-loving experiences and fond memories. […]

By | September 8th, 2014|Categories: Stories of Hope|Comments Off on New Hope

Edna

Growing up I played basketball and was very athletic. I was raised in Greenbrier County in a very dysfunctional family.  […]

By | September 8th, 2014|Categories: Stories of Hope|Comments Off on Edna
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From Rex’s Desk

What kind of people frequent the mission?

We often have a “mindset” or preconceived idea of what kind of individual we would think would frequent a mission. We imagine a person who struggles with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, or someone who [...]

Union Mission and flood relief

On Friday, June 23rd, we woke up to the news of one of the most devastating floods in the history of West Virginia. I arrived at the mission at 6:25 am and received a phone call [...]

The incomprehensibility of homelessness

For most of us being homeless is incomprehensible. To walk away from “normalcy” is surely beyond our comprehension unless you come to know someone who is homeless and then you realize that it is only by the [...]