Saturday collection 11/28/09

Our weekly look at just some of the good things going on in the Episcopal Church is lengthy this week, perhaps because the media notices in the days around Thanksgiving the kind of work that the church is involved in all of the time.

In Syracuse: How one man and a team of helpers feed hundreds each day in Syracuse.

In Pottstown, Pa.: Youth go unplugged to bring awareness to homelessness. (This story is two for the price of one.)

In Montgomery County, Pa.: Habitat helps local woman move in (with video).

In San Antonio: Young GIs get a real taste of home.

In San Francisco: Giving thanks for helping the homeless through CHEFS.

In Indianapolis: Food pantry coordinator helps feed the hungry.

In southern Idaho: Hunger isn’t somewhere else; it’s right next door.

In Jacksonville, FL: Local ‘bag ladies’ ministry helps kids in tough times.

And last, but not least, in the borough of Queens: Church Opens Doors for Homeless Gay Teens.

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