Church on the Street Program (602) 257-8918
For men and women over the age of 18 who are not currently working. This program is a sober living environment in which each individual will have roommates and share a 600sq.ft. room. This is a free program to individuals who need it. The program is broken up into three phases. Persons must successfully complete a Bible based curriculum at each phase and graduate into the next phase. Free meals and clothing can be provided as is available by donations. Being that our campus is a sober living, safe house campus, no violent crimes against children or sexually based offenses can be found in background check. This is a nicotine-free discipleship training program. No pets are allowed. For more information, click here<--
Are you in need of our deacon's services, other resources, or emergency shelter?
Many people struggle to pay bills in today’s challenging economy. Families and individuals need help so that they do not have to decide between purchasing food or paying their rent and utility bills. Several of us are one paycheck away from homelessness. There are ways to get help from your local government, community action agencies, and non-profits, as well as charities that offer programs and grants that will assist many with bills, living expenses, and debts. Get information on resources and assistance programs by contacting us at (602) 346-8716.
Do you have a loved one who is currently incarcerated?
Are they interested in our Christian Discipleship Program upon release ? If so, please contact us at (602) 346-8730.