We are a non-profit local Ministry providing an on-going, God given source of hope to the homeless and working poor that will enable self-betterment and the abatement of homelessness and poverty. Founded in 2002
Check out this interview with our founder on K-LOVE.
From the Streets - 10/9/12
One of the guys who had come with the Denver Resuce Mission: New Life Program came up to James while they were at the Mesa Motel and reminded him that he had met him there for the first time last winter. James hadn't recognized him yet but after he pointed this out he remembered him. He looked so much healthier than the last time they had talked, it was difficult to tell he was the same guy. He is now back, sober, and on Colfax, but with us to help other folks.
Pray for the folks living out there living in despair, disconnected, and lost. This is not a lost cause, reaching out changes lives! Jesus Saves!
Posted on Facebook by Bob:
"Served with Mean Street this past Tuesday night for the first time. I have to admit going in I was a bit nervous and I have done quite a few mission trips. However, the Mean Street veterans were awesome and so helpful making this my favorite night of our mission week in Denver! This is a fantastic ministry to work with that is well worth the time spent. If you live in the Denver area get connected with this ministry!!!! Bob Rook, Pastor Peace Reformed Church, Sioux City, IA."
Mean Street Ministry exists to glorify God by demonstrating Christ’s love through caring for and assisting the homeless and working poor.
Thinking about volunteering on the Street? Check out this Video and see what we are about.
Vision: Provide an on-going, God given source of hope to the homeless and poor that will enable self-betterment and the termination of homelessness and poverty.
Mean Street Ministry gives hope along with food, supplies and resources, and sometimes all someone needs is HOPE.
Hope that they can get their life back on track, hope they can survive one more night on the streets, hope they can feed their family, and hope they will find something or someone who will give them a chance.
Our volunteers offer mentoring, pray with people, and look for resources to find them help when we can’t. As Mean Street grows so do its needs.
Mean Street Ministry is looking to develop its “Sojourners Network”; for others to come along side people that Mean Street supports. Support them by purchasing a bus pass so they can get to their jobs, purchase a disposable phone so they can communicate with employers, provide clothing for interviews and beyond, provide resources that directly help individuals, or as a mentor to help them develop interview skills, set-up a budget, or help with life skills.
If you're interested in helping ~ please contact us at 303.232.2500.
We would love to work with you to return Hope to those in need.