On December 6, 2017, TAPinto Cranford reported “Union County Multi-Faith Congregations Invited to Participate in 2nd Annual Homeless Sabbath Weekend.”
Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless
Family Promise’s first “Loss, Grief and Homelessness” workshop was a part of the national group’s push to help people work through that grief.
The ‘blessing bags’ are just one example of the actions members of faith communities can take to help our brothers and sisters during the Homeless Sabbath.
In October, the Frank K. Hehnly School in Clark collected socks for the homeless which will be distributed at the Homeless Sabbath on December 15-17.
Please join a group of caring people from non-profit agencies and interfaith congregations for the 2nd annual Homeless Sabbath Weekend December 15-17, 2017.