Peoria Rescue Ministries


matte-paper-finish-500In 1955, Florence Holzschuh and Helen Durdel served donuts and coffee to homeless men in Peoria while standing in a storefront. Soon after, they met with the Ministerial Association, to enlist help for housing homeless men. In 1968, that Rescue Mission finally found a home – on Southwest Adams. The present standing building was constructed in 1985, and Peoria Rescue Missions has expanded to include a Women’s Pregnancy Center, Victory Acres, and Esther House. The neon “Jesus Saves” sign calls those in need of help to come receive ministry and aid.

All prints come with a mat and backboard, making them ready to be placed into a frame and hung.

Each print has a lifetime guarantee against fading or other defects and will be replaced at no charge. Also, should the print become damaged, I will replace the print for a nominal free.


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