Homeless Requiem at Cathedral of St. Philip

 

The Cathedral will host the 25th Annual Homeless Requiem at 7 p.m. on Friday, November 1, commemorating the homeless who died this year on the streets of Atlanta. Hours before the service, dinner will be served to the guests, the many homeless men, women, and children of Atlanta. Dr. James Wilson Beaty will preach at the service that opens National Homeless Awareness Month. St. Philip's Cathedral is located at 2744 Peachtree Road, Atlanta.

At noon on Friday, people will gather to plant memorial plants in the rooftop garden at the Task Force for the Homeless Peachtree Pine. Lunch for all will fellow.

Coats and blankets for men, women, and children who live on our streets are being collected at Peachtree Pine this week. A security guard with a badge will collect them at the Pine Street garage entrance. if you need information call 404-230-5000 or email anitalawbeaty@aol.com

 

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