Hurricane Harvey Evacuees Exceptions and Assistance Available

By on Aug 31, 2017 in In the News | 0 comments

Evacuee Information 2017 For Hurricane Harvey Evacuees who have sought safety in Harrison County. Mission Marshall is available to provide non-perishable foods and limited frozen meats to your families if you are in need. If you were able to get out with your photo ID please bring it with you when you come. We are open Monday 5pm-7pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10am-1:30pm. We are located at 2109 South Washington Avenue, Marshall TX 75670 @ the corner of South Washington and Pinecrest. Feel free to Call 903-472-4944 Please leave a message – Messages are returned as soon as possible during regular hours.  ...

Read to Ride First Year Success

By on May 26, 2017 in In the News | 0 comments

Read to Ride Bursts to the Finish Line with a Fantastic Start   Mission Marshall and Marshall ISD finished the first year of Read to Ride with a tremendous push over the finish line.  With an overwhelming community support of more than $25,000 in donations.  The Mission provided 268 brand new bicycles and helmets for Marshall ISD third graders who met their designated reading goals!  The District provided this feedback at their website about the first year statistics for the program! This slideshow requires JavaScript.   From Marshall ISD Last fall, Marshall ISD entered into a new, innovative program with Mission Marshall to challenge third-grade students across the district to increase their cumulative grade-level reading averages. With last week’s culmination of the new “Read to Ride” program, a total of 268 of the district’s 450 third-graders – or 60 percent – reached...

Family Garden Initiative

By on Apr 9, 2016 in Ministry | 0 comments

Today teams of volunteers from all over our community came together and helped families in need plant their own sustainable vegetable gardens.  Mission Marshall partnered with Alex Marks Family Garden Initiative. This faith based outreach allows and facilitates families in poverty or need to plant and sustain a simple and functional vegetable and herb gardens.   The unique and mobile sock gardens allow for easy transport and quick access to water, grow and harvest.  Since everything is included in the kits the families aren’t having to hunt or search for items to finish their project!  From watering cans to soil, seeds, instructions and even a quick recipe guide!   Thanks to so many community volunteers! Donate Today Volunteer  ...

Mission Marshall Produce Drop hits Third Year

By on Feb 6, 2016 in In the News | 0 comments

http://www.marshallnewsmessenger.com/news/2016/feb/06/free-produce-distribution-sees-third-year/ “It’s three years this month,” Misty Scott, executive director of Mission Marshall, said Friday as hundreds turned out for the distribution, held on the parking lot of Meadowbrook Funeral Home, which is the event’s new home site.  Mission Marshall begins the third year with Produce distribution now at Meadowbrook Funeral Home across from the 2109 S Washington Mission Marshall building!  Giving glory to God for the families helped and to the amazing volunteers who have made this ministry possible....

Closing it Out JFL

By on Mar 1, 2014 in In the News | 0 comments

At the closing session with a Reconciliation meeting!