Gulf Coast Rescue Mission to Serve Thanksgiving Dinner
The Gulf Coast Rescue Mission feeds the homeless and less fortunate three times a day, every day, but Thanksgiving is a special time of year, and more people than ever need help. The mission expects to serve over 500 people that day, and enjoy serving a traditional Thanksgiving feast with turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, and much more to anyone who needs it. This is a time of giving thanks, and the mission is no different.
Pastor Tom Mims, Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Rescue Mission, says, "Thank you to the volunteers who come out all year long to help us, thank you to God, who provides for us, thank you to the men and women who come to the Rescue Mission, because if it wasn’t for them, the Rescue Mission wouldn’t be there. Everything that you see at the Rescue Mission they did. They built the buildings, they take care of the grounds. It’s a large complex over 14 acres, so it’s just a time of reflecting and saying thank you."
If you would like to volunteer or need a hand yourself, stop by the Gulf Coast Rescue Mission at 2750 Mission Lane, just off of Debuys Road in Biloxi