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Walking To Support ALIVE! House

Walkers from the Westminster Presbyterian Church pose for a photo at the Ice House.

Walkers from the Westminster Presbyterian Church pose for a photo at the Ice House.

— The second annual East End Congregations Walk supported ALIVE! House in the 25th Fannie Mae Help the Homeless program was held on Nov. 4. Participating congregations were: Westminster Presbyterian Church, Old Presbyterian Meeting House, Immanuel Church on the Hill, Washington Street United Methodist and the Church of God and Saints of Christ Sixteenth Tabernacle. Each contingent left their own building and walked to ALIVE! House. Director Nicole Goodman guided the visitors on a tour of the building and explained the program which helps residents move from homelessness to permanent housing. Walk Coordinator Nataki MacMurray encouraged the walkers to meet each other and enjoy some refreshments before starting their homeward trek.

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Photo by Louise Krafft

Members of the congregation at the Old Presbyterian Meeting House Anna, Charlotte, Patrick and Margaret Rizzi, Jennifer Gladieux and Larry Williams arrive at the ALIVE! House after the afternoon walk.

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Photo by Louise Krafft

Church of God and Saints of Christ Sixteenth Tabernacle Pastor James Parker was joined by church members Charlene Blount, Lanette and Mikaila Jones and Suzanne Arnold and walk coordinator Nataki MacMurray in the 2nd annual East End Congregation Walk.

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Photo by Lisa Borges

Walk Coordinator Nataki MacMurray greets walkers from Westminster Presbyterian Church.