About the Poverello House:
Believing in the dignity of every person, the Poverello House works to enrich the lives and spirits of all who pass their way by stewarding the resources made available to them through Providential and community support. They have partnered with the Holy Cross Clinic to provides free medical and dental services to the poor and homeless of our community. They offer three hot meals a day to anyone who is in need and are able to serve both families and singles. Temporary shelter is also available for the homeless along with showers, free clothing, and laundry services. Social Services and a men’s residential rehabilitation facility are also a part of how they serve the city of Fresno.
Part of Town:
412 F Street, Fresno, CA 93706
Another good church in the Central Valley Is Fresno Church
Fresno Church wants to make an impact on the city of Fresno that will last for generations to come. They would love to have you come and visit one of their services on Sunday’s at 9:30 or 11:00 am. If there is ever anything they can do to help meet a need you have, please don’t hesitate to contact them. It is their heart to use the Word of God and the Bible to help point people to the Person of Jesus through our various Bible studies for men and Bible studies for women, ministries and church programs.
They Are Committed to Jesus Christ
They are not perfect, but they make it their goal to always be growing in their commitment to Jesus Christ. Regardless of where a person may be individually on their journey, they want to develop their relationship with God.
They Are Connected to the Church
People were not created to be in isolation. The Christian faith was meant to be lived out in the context of relationships, first with God, then with others. They strive to be a community of people where authentic love is on display.
They Are Compassionate towards Fresno
They exist for the people who are outside of their four walls. Jesus said in the Bible that He came to seek and save those who were lost, hurting, and in need. They want to continue that mission in the Central Valley and around the world.