Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission leadership is motivated by their Christian faith to love, rescue, and train the homeless and disadvantaged in the Philadelphia area. This team of dedicated men and women are called to serve this most vulnerable community. That calling, combined with a consistent dependence on prayer and the Bible, informs the direction of the Mission.
Richard J. McMillen has spent his life caring for the spiritual and practical needs of the hungry, homeless, and hurting. He has over 40 years experience in executive leadership at Rescue Missions. His vision for Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission is to see that those who have been loved, rescued, and trained become those who love, rescue, and train.
Elizabeth has had a heart for service since childhood. Elizabeth’s passion to serve others propelled her forward into her career in the non-profit sector after attending college in Post-Katrina New Orleans. Armed with this experience, Elizabeth continues to inspire and empower those around her to live generously and care for hungry, homeless, and hurting in their communities. As the Director of Advancement, Elizabeth furthers the mission, vision, and values of Sunday Breakfast through fundraising, communications, collaborations, and donor relations.
Growing up in the Philadelphia region, Richard has spent his life helping others through fire prevention and youth mentorship. As the Director of Facilities, Rich oversees all the Mission property infrastructure and furthers large scale improvements.
Bob came to faith as a college student studying Journalism and Public Relations at Temple University. He earned a Master’s degree from Biblical Theological Seminary in Hatfield PA, and a Doctor of Ministry from Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lakes IN. Before joining the Sunday Breakfast team he served as a missionary for eight years in Europe and as a Senior Pastor for 23 years in the Poconos and the western suburbs of Philadelphia. As Director of Programs, Bob also oversees all services provided by the Mission and collaborates with nonprofit and faith-based organizations at the local and national level with interest in helping those experiencing homelessness move toward life with Christ, self-sufficiency, and life in the community.
As the Director of Food Services, Julio oversees all food preparation and distribution.
Rich Marvin has served at Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission since 2009, fulfilling a desire he had to work for a non-profit organization. Prior to serving at the Mission, Rich spent 27 years with ADP installing computerized accounting and payroll systems at car dealerships. Rich holds a bachelor’s of arts in Behavioral Science from Messiah College. As the Business Manager, he oversees all monetary donations to the Mission.
Melissa joined the Sunday Breakfast family in August 2016. With her deep passion for the City of Philadelphia as her road map, Melissa has a desire to be part of the solution to end the homelessness crisis in our region. A resident of Medford, New Jersey, Melissa holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Bryant College. As the Volunteer Coordinator, she oversees all volunteer and food drive activities and partnerships.
As the Executive Assistant to the CEO, Pierce ensures the Mission runs smoothly by attending to administrative tasks.
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In addition to meeting basic life needs for men, the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission enables those men who are committed to a positive life change to address their problems through an intensive 16-month program.
The purpose of Wayne Hall, the women’s ministry of Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission, is to teach women how to restructure their lives according to the Word of God.
Volunteer opportunities for groups with Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission take place at our Center City and Germantown locations.
Churches, schools, businesses, and other organizations can help the homeless and hurting men and women at the Mission by collecting non-perishable food items.*