ST CLEMENT's, Higher Openshaw, in Manchester
diocese, together with the Boaz Trust and partner churches, runs a
night shelter for destitute asylum-seekers and refugees. Every
night, a volunteer team collects, feeds, and accommodates a growing
group of men who would otherwise sleep on the streets and resort to
scavenging for food.
But the washroom facilities in the church were very basic: just
a spacious lavatory anda small hand-basin. A chance conversation
between a ...
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