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Monday, April 30, 2012

Central Union Mission Spiritual Transformation Program Graduation, 5/31

"I came into Central Union Mission in January 2011 a broken man. I was 24 years old, confused, frustrated and lost. I had left my home in South Carolina looking to escape a lifestyle of drug addiction and violence. When I came to DC, I had nowhere to go. I ran into a lady who gave me the homeless shelter hotline, who then referred me to Central Union Mission.


After arriving here a supervisor named Kevin Wright told me about a Spiritual Transformation Program and what it did for him. That night I prayed on it, and the next day I joined the STP. My life has never been the same.


"Here I learned I don't have to be high to enjoy life. I have experienced what it's like to have people genuinely care about me and my past and what I'm going through. God has shown me His riches, His mercy and His son Christ Jesus through Central Union Mission. During my time here I have become a new creature as stated in 2 Cor. 5:17: "If anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!" by being reconciled to God (2 Cor. 5:18-21) through Central Union Mission. I will be forever grateful. Thank you." 


- Central Union Mission Spiritual Transformation Program Participant


STP Program participants graduate on May 31, at 11:00 am at the Mission Chapel, 1350 R St. NW. Come support children of God who have rediscovered their lives in Christ and had their brokenness turned into joy.


And join Mission DC for their prayers and groundbreaking as they relocate from R St. to 65 Massachusetts Ave. NW.



Special Service for Relocation


3:00 PM, Central Union Mission

Groundbreaking Ceremony


11:00AM, 65 Mass Ave. NW

For more information, and to volunteer, click here.

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