Church to become home for homeless families

Shepherd of the Hill Presbyterian Church in Chaska has decided to use its space as temporary overnight accommodation for homeless families. The press release and the Chaska Herald’s online story just made its way to AOL.com.

Click HERE for the story. The project is targeting to begin in February, 2013. To help with the project, leave a comment here.

10 thoughts on “Church to become home for homeless families

  1. That bit of news just brightened my whole day. I am so glad to be part of a church that is actively participating in making a difference, right in our own community. I knew I had hit the jackpot when I realized how intelligent, passionate, and open minded the pastor was (Gordon of course), but I am doubly impressed to know that the very building I sit in to hear Gordon raise my IQ and my consciousness, is to be used to extend a helping hand to someone who needs it desperately. Congratulations Shepherd of the Hill! I would be glad to participate in this endeavor!

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