“Homeless advocates challenge churches…”

The Tennessean published a story today on Amos House’s efforts to encourage churches to remove their trespass waivers, which allow law enforcement to arrest anyone on church property after hours. (Read the article HERE.) Thanks to both the determination and open-mindedness from all parties involved thus far, we’re hopeful the dialogue will continue in a fruitful direction. In the end, if this campaign requires anything, it’s a group effort: if you’re a church leader interested in joining the conversation, if you’re a church member interested in speaking with your own church leaders about trespassing waivers, or if you want to get involved in some other way, contact us at amoshousemercyfund@gmail.com.

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