The Mission House is a ministry for the whole church and community. Here are just a few ways you can help:
- Donate supplies
- Provide meals
- Give money
The Mission House
The Mission House is a residential, work-based ministry for people battling addictions. We have three houses, North Kitsap and Bremerton with eight to ten men living in each house at any one time and a women’s house that just launched in 2018. Residents work through a six to nine month, Christ-centered transformational program, while providing manual labor on projects in the community.
The need for help with overcoming addiction has been rapidly growing in Kitsap County and throughout our country. Since we opened our doors in 2013, the local churches and Kitsap community furnished, donated tools, and generously helped fund our multiple houses.
The Program: what we do
Our program is Christ-centric and the curriculum is Bible-based. We believe addictions are overcome through Christ’s death and resurrection — we are no longer slaves to sin (Romans 6:6).
The Mission House environment is extremely structured, teaching men and women a new way of life. Success is a heart change that leads to a transformed life, through the grace of Jesus.
Matt Perkins and Godwin Selembo, know firsthand the great need in our community for help overcoming addiction and the stress addiction places on families.
Jeff Secrest and Ken Riley know the pain that addiction and despair can cause, because they have felt it themselves. Hear more about how they have been set free.
Do you struggle with addiction?
God does not want you to live in defeat and destruction caused by addiction. If you’re ready to let Him change your life, The Mission House welcomes you.
Our Work: we’ll work for you
We work to make our way! We encourage the development of the men in our program to learn to serve God by serving others. The Mission House provides donation-based work services and is licensed, bonded and insured in the State of Washington.
DO YOU HAVE WORK?
- Tree Removal, Pruning, Trimming, etc.
- Handy Man Work
No job is too big or too small!