Ministry & Business Plan

Mission Statement and Purpose

The Mission strives to support the community through various outreach projects, with an intense focus on helping those who are battling addictions and the loved one surrounding them, as well as young ladies who find themselves facing an unplanned or unsupported pregnancy. The Mission meets regularly to support and encourage anyone who is struggling. Whether facing recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction, unplanned pregnancy, divorce, death of a loved one, or just life's daily struggles, everyone is encouraged to join in fellowship, worship, and studying God's Word. Family members of those going through recovery are also welcomed, as well as anyone interested in involvement with the ministry and related outreach activities.


  1. Recovery Support Meetings

    The Mission meets regularly for meetings that are directly related to attaining and maintaining recovery from addiction and other debilitating habits.
  2. Spiritual Counseling

    Spiritual peer counseling is available. Referrals will be provided for referral to pastoral and/or clinical counseling as needed.
  3. Meal Provision

    A free meal is provided prior to weekly Mission Meetings, as well as some other group meetings. An emergency food supply is also kept on hand to be distributed according to need.
  4. Pregnancy Support

    The pregnancy ministry will provide a support system and supples (based upon availability and individual need) for women and girls who are facing an unplanned pregnancy and/or a pregnancy for which they feel unprepared. Referrals will be provided to other facilities and services as needed.
  5. Life Skills Training Classes

    Classes will be available for individuals looking to improve various life skills, possibly including, but not limited to: cooking/homemaking classes, basic computer training, tutoring for adult learners, literacy, smoking cessation, etc. Classes may change based on necessity and/or availability of instructors.
  6. Group Meetings

    Contracted volunteers will be present at The Mission for any outside group meetings (open or closed) that may take place in the facility, possibly including, but not limited to: AA, NA, Veteran Support, Survivors of Suicide, Al-Anon, GriefShare or other grief support, etc. Additional group meetings may be added based upon need.
  7. Temporary Emergency Shelter

    Short-term shelter may be provided based upon need, on a case-by-case basis. Shelter will primarily be used for temporary housing prior to an individual transitioning into a rehabilitation facility and/or group home situation.
  8. Provision of Clothing

    Clothing, household items, sanitary items, literature, etc., are distributed based upon availability and individual need.

Operations Plan

  1. Management and Organization

    All volunteer staff members working with The Mission in any capacity should agree to and sign the Ethical Standards of Employee and Volunteer Conduct.
  2. Facility Usage Plan

    Contracted volunteers will be present at The Mission for any activities that may take place in the facility.

Ethical Standards of Employee / Volunteer Conduct

What is permanent makeup?

Permanent makeup is an advanced form of tattooing, however we do not infuse the pigments, as deeply into the skin, so the results we achieve do not have the permanency of a conventional tattoo. The specialised techniques used for permanent makeup are also referred to as permanent cosmetics, permanent makeup, micropigmentation and cosmetic tattooing.

Will I benefit from semi permanent makeup?

If you’re over 18 and use cosmetics it’s likely you’ll benefit from permanent makeup. Feeling flawless, looking younger and saving time. Permanent makeup can enhance your features with a soft natural look or be applied with the purpose of replacing makeup. It’s a convenient alternative if you have allergies to conventional makeup or you’re sporty and want to look your best without worrying about your makeup smudging or sweating off. It’s a must-have if your vision is poor or you have difficulty applying cosmetics due to dexterity related conditions – and of course it's great if you’ve got a busy lifestyle and don’t have time to spend applying and refreshing makeup throughout the day and evening.

Is permanent makeup safe?

Absolutely. We follow rigorous sterilisation and disinfection guidelines and like medical devices, our micro-pigmentation equipment is safe by design against cross-contamination. We use sterile, CE class needles and Biotek pigments, which meet the highest safety and non-toxicity standards – and we perform allergy testing too.

How long does permanent makeup last?

Permanent makeup lasts about 24 months, but it’s difficult to generalise because the fading process is dependent on so many variables – for instance, if you who love to tan, it’s likely that your enhancement will fade faster. We recommend that you return to refresh your enhancement every 12-15 months.

Is it painful?

The pain level for the procedure is considered mild by most. We do use anesthetic to ensure minimal pain. Everyone responds differently to anesthetic; depending on the client, the feeling of the procedure has been described as like threading initially, once the anesthetic is on clients often say they feel very minimal pain if any. After the procedure, redness and slight swelling in the area is normal. This normally subsides in anything from a few hours to a few days.

What are the pre and post care procedures

In order to achieve the best results, it is best to follow the pre and post care instructions. Prior to your procedure, clients are advised of the following: - Avoid alcohol and aspirin/ibuprofen and any vitamins that may thin your blood for 72 hours. - Avoid tanning so we can assess your natural skin tone. - No face scrubs or chemical peels at least two weeks prior. - Feel free to come in with their brow makeup on so our technician can see your every day look you prefer. - Reference pictures of shapes and colors of brows are always welcomed. We will then work together to create the perfect brows! - If you normally have your eyebrows shaped, please do so before your appointment to ensure they are free of stray hairs. After your procedure, clients MUST follow these instructions: ​​ - Do not immerse brow area in water for 7 days. When showering, make sure to avoid face area. When cleaning or washing face, make sure to avoid brows and clean around it. - Do not put makeup on the brow area for a minimum of 7 days. Microbladed area is an open wound, using makeup may cause infections. - Avoid alcohol and aspirin/ibuprofen and any vitamins that may thin your blood for 24 hours. - Brow area will feel slightly itchy as it heals and will start to lightly scab over. Do not peel or pick at the scabs as this can affect the outcome and pigmentation. - Do not go swimming, tanning or into saunas for at least 14 days. - No face scrubs or chemical peels at least 2 weeks after.

Still have more questions?

Should you still have more questions or enquiries, feel free to give us a call on 01708 200 668 or email us at

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