FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The Rescue Mission hosted its annual Easter meal on Sunday. Leaders said it’s been a tradition for more than a century. The meal was free and open to the public.
Food will be served from noon to 3 p.m. This year’s dinner will consist of baked ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, sweet potatoes, dinner rolls, and sugar cream pie.
Officials at the Rescue Mission said they’re planning to feed around 1,500 people.
“We’re looking forward to providing this year’s Easter meal, as always, in a safe and family-centered environment. For those who may not have anyone or anywhere to go, we know that hope can begin with a hot meal. For some, this could be the first step toward real change,” says The Rescue Mission’s CEO and Senior Pastor Donovan Coley.
If you’d like to get involved with The Rescue Mission, click here. The Mission is located at 301 W. Superior Street in Fort Wayne.
About The Rescue Mission
After 111 years of growth and adaptation, The Rescue Mission remains steadfast in its mission to “provide, through the power of Jesus Christ, a home for the homeless, food for the hungry, and hope for their future.” In partnership with the caring businesses, agencies, churches and individuals in the Fort Wayne area, The Rescue Mission remains committed to serving the community and those in greatest need. For more information or to make a donation, visit www.therescuemission.net