The Morrow Center
We have been richly blessed over the past 29 years in Saginaw. In recent years we have expanded our ability to give back to the wonderful local communities who have so graciously welcomed and supported our efforts.
The Morrow Center was built in 2009, and addresses the many needs in our community. The Morrow Center was named in honor of Jean and Harold Morrow, who were faithful volunteers and supporters of Emmaus House for over 20 years.
The Morrow Center houses our “free” thrift store. Anyone can come to our “store” and get what they need. We serve over 200 people each week. Items available include; clothing, household items, linens, towels, toys, shoes, furniture and some appliances. Everything given away at the Morrow Center is donated. Emmaus House accepts donations of all usable items. We pick up donated items in the Saginaw area. Call if you have questions or would like to schedule a donation.
The Morrow Center also provides job training to the guests of Emmaus House. All our guests work at the Free Thrift Store. Our ladies work under supervision of a store manager. They learn to greet and assist the public, sort and display merchandise and keep the store neat and tidy.
Additionally, the Morrow Center has a meeting room, office, and a small prayer/counseling room. The meeting room is used 6 days a week and is home to several 12-step meetings and self-help groups for our ladies and others in the community. The prayer room is a place of solace used daily by the community, our guests and staff.
The Morrow Center is open for donations and shopping Monday – Friday from 9:00am – 4:00pm.
My joy lies in being close to God.
- Psalm 73:28