Market Street Mission

Morristown, NJ

Founded: 1889

Tel: (973) 538-0431


Top LeaderMr. G. David Scott

Donor Contact: Mr. Philip Parsels

Member Since: July 1, 1987

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $5,516,643
   Noncash Donations $542,082
   Other Revenue $1,822,544
   Total Revenue $7,881,269
   Total Expenses $6,808,157
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $12,980,313
Total Liabilities $272,818
Net Assets $12,707,495
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The Market Street Mission is an evangelical ministry to the whole person, providing for the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of homeless, indigent, troubled and alcoholic and/or drug addicted people. The Mission serves the "street people" by sharing Christ's love with them and providing a well-rounded social and spiritual program in a "home-like" environment. The main thrust of this Christ-centered program is residential rehabilitation and discipleship with a structured day starting with chapel service, and including Bible study, personal and group counseling, alcohol/drug education and work therapy.

Market Street Mission seeks to meet the critical needs of the homeless and poor through their emergency services program. They provide thousands of meals to men, women and children on-site every year. $27.50 provides 10 healthy meals to people in need. $55 provides one night of shelter and 3 meals for one man. Any donation provides Hope. .
The Mission’s residential “Life Change Recovery” program spans 8 to 12 months and graduates as many as 60 men each year. Residents participate in weekly individual and group counseling sessions, various types of classroom instruction, computer directed education, daily work therapy, daily chapel services and weekly AA and NA meetings. Upon graduation continued support and training are offered to graduates as their needs require. All services are free to participants and paid for by donations.
  • Discipleship
  • Evangelism
  • Human Services & Medical
  • Social, Civic, Public Policy & Philanthropy
  • Rescue Missions and Homeless (primary)
  • Bible Training
  • Evangelism
  • Men's Ministry
  • Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation
  • Discipleship
  • Literacy Program
  • Support Services
  • Bible Study and Engagement
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