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Singing in thanks

 Larry Emmet, 57 sings along to the song Silent Night after receiving his plate of food.   Celebrate Outreach, a collective of local St. Petersburg churches hosted the National Homeless Persons Memorial Service at Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Petersburg. After the interfaith service guests were invited upstairs to a hot meal. Homeless and those in need were also given a backpack filled with toiletries and socks sponsored by Missio Dei.  [Sunday, December 20, 2015]  [Photo Luis Santana | Times]

LUIS SANTANA | Times

Larry Emmet, 57 sings along to the song Silent Night after receiving his plate of food. Celebrate Outreach, a collective of local St. Petersburg churches hosted the National Homeless Persons Memorial Service at Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Petersburg. After the interfaith service guests were invited upstairs to a hot meal. Homeless and those in need were also given a backpack filled with toiletries and socks sponsored by Missio Dei. [Sunday, December 20, 2015] [Photo Luis Santana | Times]

LUIS SANTANA | Times

Larry Emmet, 57, sings along with Silent Night after receiving a plate of food Sunday at Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Petersburg. Celebrate Outreach, a collective of St. Petersburg churches, hosted the National Homeless Persons Memorial Service. After the interfaith service, guests were invited to a hot meal. The homeless and others in need were given a backpack full of toiletries and socks, sponsored by the Missio Dei community.

Singing in thanks 12/20/15 [Last modified: Sunday, December 20, 2015 10:13pm]
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