Help us Help Others!

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    Donate

    We appreciate a donation of any amount to help us continue our work for Christ, and the building of disciples.

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    Wish List

    Music/sound equipment, transportation, building for a women's mission, hygeine products, clothing.

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    Volunteer

    Volunteer at outreaches or at our church. There are many needs. We appreciate your help.

A Few Words About Us
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Church on the Street, a nonprofit organization since 1985, was actually birthed in Pastor Walt’s heart in 1978, when he began preaching on the Phoenix streets. In that same year, he rented three small houses for the homeless. Today, Church on the Street still ministers on the streets, in care centers, communities, prisons and jails, however, it has also developed into a multifaceted organization with an inner city church, a temporary shelter facility for men and women, and a facility at the Phoenix Dream Center, which is home for over 200 men and women in our residential program, and on staff.

Temporary shelter and basic provisions are given to the homeless in our men’s and women’s missions. Some will apply for our residential discipleship program, while others are assisted in finding more permanent housing. Additionally, some men may transfer to our working men’s program at the same location as our men’s mission.

Mark 16:15 And He said unto them, “Go into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature.”
Daily we are feeding the poor on the streets, and here at the Phoenix Dream Center through over 40 weekly outreaches, our morning breakfasts to women from Phoenix’s public shelter, our daily breakfasts to the homeless as well as after all of our church services.

Annually we serve complete Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinners to these same people. We also go forth with other basic needs: personal hygiene products, clothing and blankets for the cold winter nights. To feed, clothe and shelter the “least among us” is a blessing. We are a faith-based organization, receiving no funding from the government. We will not compromise our mission statement: “to win and build people for Jesus Christ.” We rely strictly on the donations from our Church on the Street partners and friends. What a privilege it is to receive letters and emails from former residents who are now productive members of society throughout the world. God willing, there will be many more!