02 2012

Don’t Walk By: Serve the Homeless in Your Neighborhood

Don’t Walk By is the fourth annual Rescue Alliance outreach to the homeless in NYC sponsored by Hope for New York. The Rescue Alliance is a partnership of faith-based ministries that are focused on offering homeless men, women and children an alternative to living on the streets. 
 
Each Saturday this February volunteers will fan out across Manhattan on a search and rescue mission for the homeless. Volunteers will cover every street and subway platform to compassionately engage the homeless and offer every single person a warm meal, clothing, medical care, and shelter for the night, among other practical resources.
 
Consider being a part of this outreach and serve the homeless in your neighborhood! Don’t Walk By will take place in on Saturdays in February in Uptown, Upper West Side, Upper East Side and Downtown. So bundle up, grab a friend, and sign up to volunteer.




Articles in this Issue

Why Conversion and Revival are Biblical
Tim Keller
 
Don’t Walk By: Serve the Homeless in Your Neighborhood
 
Top Reasons Why You Might Not Apply to the Gotham Fellowship—And Why You Should Anyway
KC Hudson
 
New! 2012 Faith and Work Nights
Amilee Watkins
 
Catalyst Labs: Innovating New Lay-Driven Ministries for the City
Abe Cho
 
Redeemer Report Paper Subscribers: Please Take Note
 
HFNY Volunteer Fair: Sunday, February 26
 
Officer Nomination Update
 
Thank You For Your Generosity
 
Statement on NYC School’s Decision to Ban Churches
Tim Keller