One of the most significant ministries of Shepherd’s Arms Rescue Mission is the Sunday afternoon Chapel Services at 4 p.m. These services are open to the community and a part of the ministry program for the residential clients. The service is usually conducted in a family devotion setting and everyone is encouraged to dress casually. Using the Bible as a text and teaching in an expository fashion is the model at SARM.
During the past 18 years there have been over 3,159 decisions for Christ made at SARM. Every person who attends a chapel service also receives either a to-go dinner or dinner on site. During the past 18 years over 891,415 meals have been served on site. Volunteers help facilitate the chapel services and distribute food and hygiene packs at the conclusion of the service. Shepherd’s Arms is volunteer driven and more than 7,652 volunteers have given 35,443 hours since inception.