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Homelessness increasingly affects people across Massachusetts and here in our own city. Not only do adults fall on hard times and lose their homes, but children are also affected as their mothers or fathers find themselves in desperate situations. Sadly, people in these circumstances often go unseen, but Scripture reminds us that each of us has great worth to God. We bear in us the Imago Dei, the image of God. Each of us are stamped with his likeness in such a way that whatever brokenness we may experience, we are never too far from him. Everyone is seen by God.
Building relationships with these men and women is a critical part of loving them well. Over the past several years we have partnered with Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore, and their sister organization, Home with Friends, to help take a proactive role in seeing those who have been marginalized in our culture. We continue to strive to be a place where men and women who are living on the streets of Quincy can feel welcome.
Want to become more involved with serving this population in our midst? Contact Elizabeth McCormack at firstname.lastname@example.org