Posted by Sharon Schendel on Nov 10, 2018
Chistina Grobin (left) and Debbie Zambianco (right)- organizers of the St. Peter's Interfaith Shelter
For our December 13 and 20 meetings we’ll gather at Powerhouse Park and the Civic Center, respectively. During this time, St. Peter’s will be the site for the rotating Interfaith Shelter, which will use the Parish Hall to house up to 12 individuals or families who find themselves without a home. Many of the Shelter guests are professionals who’ve lost their home due to foreclosure, job loss, or loss of income due to illness. The Interfaith Shelter is managed by the Community Resource Center, which also helps participants access the resources they need to get back on track. This year marks the 32nd year that St. Peter’s has hosted the shelter. Organizers Chistina Grobin and Debbie Zambianco are seeking volunteers to help offer support to the guests and share meals and conversation with them. Email Chistina to learn more or to volunteer.