Sister Julie Codd feels privileged to journey with Native people
- Published in NW Stories
SEATTLE – After two years of waiting for city permits, Christ Our Hope Parish has finally installed its “Homeless Jesus” sculpture outside the downtown Seattle church.
KIRKLAND – A $125,000 donation from the New Bethlehem Project means homeless families on the Eastside can stay in an overnight shelter during the summer and early fall for the first time.
SEATTLE – On a blustery Holy Thursday evening, a newly dedicated Italian pizza oven named Constantino was fired up to feed an estimated 140 homeless men in the city’s Central District.
Mary Larson uses her nursing and artistic skills to showcase those touched by homelessness
FEDERAL WAY – As the weather started getting colder in December, homeless men and women had a new, warm place to spend the day in dignity, fellowship and hope.
KIRKLAND – Two homeless families — one with three adults and five children, the other a dad and his child — were already waiting when the New Bethlehem Project Day Center opened its doors for the first time Nov. 6.
BELLINGHAM – On a sunny August day, Bob welcomed a pair of visitors into his snug apartment at Francis Place, offering to vacate his chair because it was the only place to sit.