Feeding the Homeless
Mike Stout’s small group spent Friday evening in Griffin cooking for and serving 15 homeless men and women staying at the House of Hope homeless shelter. They also helped serve approximately 10 other men and women who were on the street. The House of Hope is a Salvation Army homeless shelter that provides emergency housing for men, women, and families. They are open 7 days/wk from 4:30pm-8:00am, and serve breakfast and dinner.
This is a great opportunity for small groups who want to engage in an important ministry that is relatively close to home. The shelter is always in need of help, particularly with feeding. If this is a ministry that interests you, contact the Missions Coordinator for more information.