Emergency Shelter and Services at the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission

Shelter details

  • Added Jun 29, 2016 | Last Update Jun 6, 2022
  • 302 North 13th Street
       Philadelphia, PA 19107
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  • (215) 922-6400

Mission Statement

"Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission has ministered to the physical and spiritual needs of the homeless and disadvantaged in the Philadelphia area since 1878."
- Source: Emergency Shelter and Services at the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission website


Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission, a non-profit organization, ministers in the name of Jesus Christ to the physical and spiritual needs of homeless and disadvantaged people in the Philadelphia area.
Making a difference in the lives of Philadelphia's homeless since 1878.
Get involved by volunteering today!
Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission provides emergency services and long term recovery programs for homeless men, women and children.
Three meals are served every day, so there are plenty of volunteer opportunities.

Men's Shelter:
Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission strives to meet the physical needs of the homeless and hurting men in Philadelphia through emergency shelter services that provide safe beds and nutritious meals to their homeless guests 365 days a year.
Meeting the basic, physical needs is not enough.
Staff at the Mission strive to meet spiritual needs as well through pre-meal chapel services, one-on-one counseling with on-staff chaplains, and through the long-term Overcome Program.
The Director of the Men's Shelter's information is:
Please contact for any questions you may have.
Woman's Transitional Housing Shelter:
Founded in 1992, Wayne Hall is a safe house for women and children who are homeless or living in poverty.
Located in historic Germantown, Wayne Hall provides a one-year Biblical discipleship program that instructs mothers on how to restructure their lives according to the Word of God, which they believe provides them with the best tools to live a renewed life.
The Director of the Woman's Ministry's contact information is: rwhitaker@sundaybreakfast.org
Please contact for and questions.

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  1. Is this shelter free?
  2. Do they accept donations at this shelter?
  3. Do they allow Pets at this shelter?
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