If you’ve made a mistake or have fallen on hard times, Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission is here to help. Part of the Christian faith is we believe that we all fall short of the glory of God. Because we all fall short, He commands us to work with each other and the Holy Spirit to learn and become more like Jesus. With the help of others and the Holy Spirit, we can find peace and contentment living lives in communion with God as our loving Father. At Sunday Breakfast, we are not just a homeless shelter or soup kitchen as you will find chaplains who can come alongside you and help you move forward with your life.
Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission would like to come alongside you in this difficult stage of life.
The Mission serves three meals, every day of the year. Meals are available to anyone regardless of gender or any other factors. Please arrive before the times designated below to receive a meal.
Breakfast: 6:00 AM
Snack: 2:15 PM (served on most days)
Dinner: 6:30 PM
If you know somebody who needs a meal and a place to stay, please offer them this information to help them find their way to our shelter in Center City. During extreme temperatures, overflow sleeping cots are used to ensure that no one will be turned away. Men are able to stay with us for thirty days at a time.
If you are a woman in need of a place to stay for yourself and your children then consider Wayne Hall.
Call (215) 922-6400 to schedule an initial meeting.
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.*