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Volunteers Still Needed to Help with Homeless Ministry
“And the King will say to them in reply, ‘Amen I say to you,
whatever you did for the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.’” - Matthew 25:40

Holy Spirit’s Homeless Ministry will be providing breakfast and lunch bags, as well as dinner, to the men at the Central Night Shelter through the end of March. Volunteers are still needed to help in a variety of areas including preparing meals for the men, transporting the food to the Homeless Shelter, serving dinner and staying at the shelter overnight. Please use the Sign Up Genius link to volunteer. Thank you, in advance, for your help in reaching out to our brothers in Christ. 

Ministry Description:
The Homeless Ministry serves homeless men in downtown Atlanta during the winter months (October through March). The men are fed a hot evening meal, given the opportunity to shower and are offered a sack breakfast/lunch as they depart. Holy Spirit provides coverage at the shelter on assigned nights during each of the five operating months. There are volunteer opportunities for parishioners of all ages. Signup takes place in the Narthex where a poster indicates the various volunteer services needed. Volunteers may choose to supply food, transport food, prepare the meal and/or spend the night. ALL FOOD SHOULD BE PLACED IN THE REFRIGERATORS LOCATED IN MCDONOUGH HALL AND LABELED "HOMELESS MINISTRY." The shelter is located at The Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Church, Central Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive in Atlanta.