Meet Amy

Updates | August 1, 2023
Amy is our Resident Case Manager. She started working at The Gospel Mission in January of 2023. She said it has always been a dream for her to work with people in need. Amy helps our residents the most by being a friendly face for them to talk to daily. She listens to them, and their needs. They …

Goodbye to a Dear Friend

Updates | March 22, 2022
We interrupt our regularly scheduled posts to say goodbye to a dear friend. Pastor Timothy Hall has been our chaplain and Director of the Single Men with Children’s ministry for 5 years and was on the board of directors before that, from 2014 – 2017. Today is his last day at The Gospel Mission …

Friends In Need

Updates | February 21, 2022
On the third Wednesday of every month, The Gospel Mission holds our special Friends In Need chapel service. This is a service where we invite community members who need a little extra help to our campus to receive the Word of God, as well as food, vouchers to our thrift stores and basic, everyday …

Overview of The Gospel Mission

Updates | February 7, 2022
The Gospel Mission has been ministering to the Siouxland community since 1938. Founded by Henry Plumer, it began as a safe haven for railroad men to get off the streets and out of the bars on Lower 4th Street in downtown Sioux City and hear the Word of God. Over the past 84 years, The Gospel …

Single Men with Children Shelter Turns 5!

Updates | February 24, 2021
"I was on the Board when the idea of opening a single men with children shelter was first brought up. And, I'll admit, I thought it sounded pretty crazy at the time", reflects The Gospel Mission Executive Director, Pastor Paul Mahaffie. "But, I will be the first to admit I was wrong." For the past …

Farmers to Families Food Box Shipments

Updates | December 30, 2020
This past year, The Gospel Mission was honored to be the recipient of three Farmers to Families Food Box trucks. The Farmers to Families Food Box Program was designed to put American farmers and distributors back to work while addressing increased demand at food banks, community and faith-based …