Recently at GA

GA hosted over 100 people from the NY City area Thursday evening for conversation/education to address the increasing gap between the operating costs of many of the currently occupied 40,000 ‘mental health housing' units where formerly homeless and at-risk New Yorkers live. This campaign is sponsored by The Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing, Marc Greenberg, Exec. Director.

As part of the event, some art work is on display created by a class of art students ages 12 to 18, created specifically for the campaign. This artwork will be reproduced on postcards to be sent to the governor and other state elected officials to encourage them to increase the funding for mental health housing around the state.

The Campaign will hold a reception @GA @2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18. All are welcome.

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Daily Bible Verse

  • 1 Samuel 5:1-12

    ​The inhabitants of Gath replied, "Let the ark of God be moved on to us." So they moved the ark of the God of Israel to Gath. 9But after they had brought it to Gath, the hand of the LORD was against the city, causing a very great panic; he struck the inhabitants of the city, both young and old, so that tumors broke out on them.

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