Los Angeles

Effective January 1, 2015, Los Angeles, California became Worker Ministries’ fourth satellite.  Our commitment to Los Angeles and other areas of the West Coast includes  Read More



The nation’s capital is one of our satellite locations for OPERATION UPLIFT.  One only needs to walk less than three blocks from the White House to find numerous homeless persons to whom we minister.  Read more

New York City

New York City

New York City is our largest satellite location for OPERATION UPLIFT which is conducted in Manhattan.  Once upon a time, homeless people could be found throughout this borough including the Port Authority Building and Grand Central Station.  Read More



Memphis is another one of our satellite locations for OPERATION UPLIFT. Most of our work with the homeless is conducted in the downtown area where there a major concentration of these individuals.  Read More

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Pray for the Homeless

Worker Ministries believes we all have the responsibility and the privilege to pray for those less fortunate. We invite you to download our extensive list of homeless individuals who desperately need a blessing. Won't you honor the Lord for all he has blessed you with by lifting these poor souls up to Him in prayer as He commands? Simply click on the following link to download the list. We update it regularly so please download as often as you can. Click here: Pray for the Homelesspray for the homeless

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New York City is our largest satellite location for OPERATION UPLIFT which is conducted in Manhattan.  Our coverage area stretches from Ground Zero in lower Manhattan northward to West 125th Street in Harlem (approximately eight miles).  At any given time, you may find Jim Hogsett in the Port Authority Building or Grand Central Station, in front of the world famous Apollo Theater, or in other locations in the city where the homeless are concentrated.

Jim Hogsett says, "I never enter New York without remembering my conversation with a young man in Harlem.  With tears streaming down his face, he replied, 'Mister I would love to have a job but aint nobody gonna hire me.'  I asked "Why not?'  He simply raised his hands showing no fingers.  His mother had put him on the street for ill mannered behavior and the frigid temperatures will tell you the rest of the story."