Churches Channel Christmas Spirit to Help Homeless over Festive Season

Source: Premier
Press Association | 25 December 2019
Churches Channel Christmas Spirit to Help Homeless over Festive Season

Thousands of Good Samaritans across the UK and Ireland are supporting the homeless over Christmas.

Homeless people can enjoy the festive period in a B&B in Bradford, tuck into a dinner in Dublin or attend a library in Scotland on Christmas Day.

Inn Churches will pay for about a dozen homeless people to spend Christmas in a bed and breakfast in Bradford.

The charity operates a winter shelter scheme with 19 churches in and around the city, providing homeless people with a bed in a church, a meal and support for a week.

Over the Christmas week, St Matthews Church, at Willesden, London, will pay for those due to stay there to be accommodated in a bed and breakfast for up to three nights.

The Salvation Army will also provide the guests with a Christmas dinner.

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