Churches aiding refugees in St. Louis area

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Last weekend the story of the tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors from Central America being held in U.S. border towns struck a cord with many at the St. Martin's Episcopal Church community.  St. Louis Interfaith Partnership along with St. Martin’s are holding a diaper drive through the month of July to help refugees that have been placed here.  All donations made stay in the St. Louis area.  St Louis Interfaith also has another program for people looking to adopt a child.

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  • Steven Sweeney

    Just more criminal behavior from churches.”Sanctuary” was started years ago to hide illegals from ICE.Just look at the Florida hood rat preacher that had kids banned from church because he is a registered offender.Majority of churches are just criminal enterprises to launder untaxed cash.Instead of laying low, they get involved in politics and law breaking.Tax them or close them, simple as that.

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