Interfaith Hospitality Network is devoted to providing resources and temporary shelter for the homeless in crisis by partnering with congregations and the community.
Current eligible guests are single women and those family units consisting of a single parent or two parent family with one or more children.
In 2018, IHN was proud to serve 109 guests, with 20 guests served per night on average.
Guests that are homeless enter the program for a 30 day period. Every 30 days they receive a review, and as long as they are making progress in obtaining employment and/or secure housing, they may submit a written request to extend their stay.
The key requirement is for us to see our guests working on the root of the problem that brought them to IHN in the first place.
We give thanks to our dedicated staff who work tirelessly with our guests and volunteers.
Mindy has been the Executive Director for the past 2 years moving up from her previous position of Site Supervisor, which she held for five years. She also currently serves as the chair for Region 2 Homeless Coalition. Mindy is very compassionate about helping others and raising awareness for the homeless. She is married to John and they have two girls, Jasmine and Abby. She has 5 dogs and 2 horses who are very much a part of their family. Mindy spends her free time enjoying her family.
Karrie has been a Para for Goshen School Systems for the last five years before coming to IHN. Karrie has also been a huge part of Goshen City Homeless Coalition and working with those unsheltered. She has a passion for working with the homeless. Karrie is married and has 5 kids and a dog named Duke and they live in Goshen. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family.
Kay can't decide which of her professional callings she loves more, so she does both. She is soon beginning her 14th year as co-pastor of Faith Mennonite Church and fulfills her love for social work at IHN in a case management role. Gardening is her passion and if not doing that she may be walking with a friend, piecing a quilt, reading, or talking on the phone with one of her three young adult sons. At the end of the day you may find her siting on the porch swing with Jamey, her husband of 34 years.
Trevor is back with Interfaith after a brief break working in the Automobile Industry. He realized that he really enjoyed working with the underserved and missed being here. Trevor lives in Syracuse and in his free time he enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Tony Brinson - Ray Collins - Craig Detweiler - Delores Greenawalt - Steve Hochstetler Shirk - Tim Lichti - Craig Detwiler - Joe Miller - Mindy Morehead - Gordon Bontrager - Gordon Bontrager - Loraine Troyer - Brian Martin - Jim Drier - Ross Swihart