The Union Gospel Mission is located at 400 Bannon Street, off I-5 and Richards Blvd, near downtown Sacramento. Built in 1969, this two-building facility is the heart of the mission and the core of what we do.

The primary building is a two-story facility with a 160-seat worship center, offices, mailroom, a cafeteria with a kitchen capable of serving around 9,000 meals monthly, men’s clothing closet, showers, and laundry room. The second story is a dormitory that sleeps 84 men, both program men and the homeless that choose for a safe night off the streets.

In 2004 new ovens were installed. This allows us to feed more people in a much shorter time. This spacious kitchen and cafeteria are busy from dawn to dusk, many new cooks are trained in this kitchen. KP duty is but one of the many daily duties that men enrolled in our program are responsible for.

The second building was built in 2004. It contains the offices for the Union Gospel staff as well as classroom, computer room, music room and media center for the program men. This building also has a small chapel where guest speakers address the men and staff on Friday morning.

There is a meeting room that hosts board gatherings and other events, helping maximize the facility’s functionality. This room is also used each day from 9am to 10am as a prayer room for staff to pray for donors that have sent in prayer requests through the mail, guests, and all prayers that need to be held up to our Lord.