Helping people to discover and walk out their God given purpose

Reaching people with the love of Christ by providing support to those affected by homelessness, hunger, and or by the everyday challenges of life.

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Meeting Physical & Spiritual Needs

Guided by the profound love of Christ, we are committed to touching lives, fulfilling both spiritual and material needs.

The Dream Center isn’t just a facility; it’s a pivotal resource center to help those wrestling with the harsh realities of homelessness and hunger, and to those navigating the maze of everyday life challenges. Our aim is not just to provide momentary relief but to be a beacon of continuous support, hope, and transformation for all who walk through our doors.

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MAR

The Manna Dream Center will conduct several outreaches on Sunday, March 3rd from 12:30 to 2:30 as a part of Manna Church’s Serve Day Outreach.  Outreaches include: Cookout for the unhoused, sorting clothes, painting project, building hygiene kits and sorting, organizing donations, and moving furniture at The Community Store.

This group is for you if you are trying to navigate through the grief journey of a traumatic loss like suicide, overdose, sudden death or something tragic, like a murder. Grief is messy.  It’s irrational. It’s lonely. It’s filled with unanswered questions. Whether your loss was your child, spouse, parent, girlfriend/boyfriend, sibling, best friend, family member, co-worker, neighbor, friend, grandparent, grandchild, or someone in the community. This group is for you. This group is a safe place to share and listen in the process of the healing journey. 

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FEB

This group is for you if you are trying to navigate through the grief journey of a traumatic loss like suicide, overdose, sudden death or something tragic, like a murder. Grief is messy.  It’s irrational. It’s lonely. It’s filled with unanswered questions. Whether your loss was your child, spouse, parent, girlfriend/boyfriend, sibling, best friend, family member, co-worker, neighbor, friend, grandparent, grandchild, or someone in the community. This group is for you. This group is a safe place to share and listen in the process of the healing journey. 

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