In August of 2005, PIN started a biblical study specifically designed for the homeless. The first Sunday had 2 homeless people in attendance and has continued to grow. Currently, PINnacle provides a Biblical service for about 80 people every Sunday evening.
In January of 2008, PIN started a partnership with Recovery for Life to provide drug and alcohol recovery groups for the homeless. PIN believes that addiction is a huge factor that keeps homeless people chained to the streets. By helping the homeless deal with their addictions in a small group environment we are helping to change bad behaviors that have existed for years… even decades.
In May of 2009, PIN created a group to help the homeless to not only study the Bible, but to learn how to apply the teachings to their lives. PIN started with 4 men and it has now grown to over 30 people mixed between men and women.