Modesto Gospel Mission
Since 1948, the Modesto Gospel Mission has provided nutritious meals, warm beds, and a place of safety to thousands of poor and homeless men, women, and children.
Through various services, we are able to help someone go from homeless to home. We touch lives with the love of Jesus and offer hope where there is often despair. We minister to the whole person – physically, emotionally, and spiritually. We do this by providing shelter, clothing, meals, Bible studies, life skills classes, GED and adult high school classes, employment assistance, addiction recovery, medical assistance, and more. Modesto Gospel Mission receives no Government funding and depends completely on the gifts of God’s people – individuals, churches, groups, foundations, and businesses that care about the poor and homeless in Stanislaus county.
Modesto Gospel Mission Executive Director
Jason Conway has served at the Modesto Gospel Mission for over 10 years, and has served as the Executive Director since 2017.
At the age of 27, Jason found himself homeless and broken on the streets of Modesto, and came to the Modesto Gospel Mission in 2007 to enter the 18-Month New Life Program. Jason completed the New Life Program and begin working on staff as a supervisor in 2008, and later went on to serve in higher positions such as Operations Manager.
Before becoming the Executive Director of the Modesto Gospel Mission,
Jason pastored a church in Oakdale, CA for over 4 years, and he continues to serve as a Campus Pastor at Celebrations Modesto. He currently holds his minister’s license through the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, and he is in his third year of attendance at Liberty University in pursuit of his business degree. Jason and his wife Gina have a 3-year old son named Connor and they enjoy traveling together.