Welcome

Open 365 days a year, the Clifton Sanctuary is the oldest house-of-worship shelter operating in Atlanta. The staff, volunteers, board of directors, and our guests invite you to become acquainted with our ministry through this web site, and we hope you will be moved to action and become a part of this ministry.

Concert to Benefit Clifton

Lauda Musicam of Atlanta

with the assistance of the vocal ensemble Uncommon Practice presents

Bring on the Spring!

A French & English Celebration of Springtime on February 23, 3:00 pm
at Church of the New Covenant, 3330 Chestnut Drive, Doraville, GA

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changing the face

One man at a time, we are working to show that homelessness is not helplessness, and disability is not inability.

Why Clifton?

Find out more about what makes us thankful for Clifton and why we help. Clifton is an emergency shelter with over 70% success rate for its guests (including those who do not graduate). It is this kind of personal attention to the individuals in our community that changes not only homelessness, but the face of homelessness. We want each person to value themselves as God sees them, to know that we are all creating beauty on our journey, and that homelessness is not helplessness. Find out more as we continue updating our website and social media pages — and contact us to join our mailing list!

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Clifton Sanctuary Ministries

Changing the world 30 lives at a time.

news and notes

  • Lauda Musicam of Atlanta with the assistance of the vocal ensemble Uncommon Practice presents Bring on the Spring! A French & English Celebration of Springtime on February 23, 3:00 pm at Church of the New Covenant, 3330 Chestnut Drive, Doraville, GA (on the web at www.cncdoraville.org and www.laudamusicam.org). A concert for the entire family! Our Concerts with a Cause are free. We invite […]

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  • We’re excited to talk more about our guests and graduates of Clifton, because we believe that spreading the word about this hardworking mission will do a lot of good for both Clifton and those who witness the incredible success of those who stay with us. Ira Campbell, who spoke at our 2013 Graduation Dinner, has […]

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  • Our last newsletter produced immediate results. Mr. David Woodward and Mr. Matt Schawb responded immediately to cut up and remove the fallen tree part. It may not have been evident in our pictures but it was close to 100 feet of tree on the ground. The biggest pieces have been removed and the smaller branches […]

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  • On Thursday, June 13th, heavy thunderstorms moved through the Atlanta area. During that storm a rather large tree in the southeast corner of the property, near Ivy Place and McClendon, split. A substantial portion of the tree fell to the ground. Fortunately it fell away from the street, our building and our neighbors. As you […]

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