Rooted In Love

From our Campus Pastor, Michael Booth: Eph. 3:16-19 “… He would grant you, according to the riches of His glory, to be strengthened with power through His Spirit in the inner man. So that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith; and that you being rooted and grounded in Love may be able to […]

Top Chefs 2018

On April 20th Water Street Mission hosted one of its most exciting annual events, Top Chefs that was sold out to 295 guests. Top Chefs, is an opportunity for people in the community to come support Water Street Health Services through a five-course meal and both silent and live auctions. The meal is an unforgettable […]

In The Waiting

“Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, He has risen. He is alive.” It was a morning like no other when the women approached the tomb of Jesus. They had come to prepare his dead body, they didn’t expect what waited for them when they arrived. On that […]

Processing Through Grief

“The promise is not that he will remove us from the experience of suffering. No, the promise is that God will be with us, walking beside us in it.” – Timothy J. Keller, “Walking With God Through Pain and Suffering” Greif is not simple but is a process of emotions we will all encounter at […]

Helping Water Street Through Amazon

We all love Amazon, it is convenient and quick. What if your love of purchasing from Amazon could help aid Water Street Ministries? Well, it can and here are some of the ways: Check out Water Street’s Amazon wish list to find the supplies and resources we need the most. Every item is used to […]

Love All Year Round

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we asked some of our residents what love means to them. We heard stories of 22-year-old marriages that stayed together through all the trials of life. We heard stories of the hope and love guest had found here at Water Street, a kind of selfless love they hadn’t experienced before. […]

David M. Huber, Jr.

A dedicated servant went home to be with the Lord on Monday. David Huber, Jr. was a lifelong Willow Street resident who served as the Treasurer for our Board of Directors for 15 years. Along with serving the people of Lancaster County, he also served our country in the Navy on the USS Cleveland. He […]

‘I Got You’

Growing up in the projects of North Philadelphia, Bill got caught in a grip of addiction that would stay with him into adulthood. Despite his secret drug use, he tried hard to be a ‘good guy’ – being with one lady and always showing up to do his best at work. Over time, he found […]

We Are All In Process

The holidays have passed, the New Year’s resolutions have been made (and maybe broken), and reality has begun to creep in. When talking to one of our campus pastors he said, “We are faith walking into 2018.” There is so much hope at the beginning of the New Year and all that is to come: […]

Lois Jane Heckman

A faithful servant of the Lord went home to Heaven on Christmas day. Lois Heckman was a long-time employee of Water Street Mission. Her desire to see women’s lives changed through the love of Jesus can be seen by her faithful service at the mission. Lois filled many roles during her time here, she helped start the […]