A small congregation works to provide meals and affordable housing in Ballston

The Ballston Metro is a place where the homeless, working class, and affluent mix.  Just across the street, the 70-person Central United Methodist Church has been providing a breakfast, bagged lunch, and shelter to the homeless every Friday morning; and has launched a new non-profit organization (the Ballston Station Housing Corporation) in order to transform its property into a mixed-use facility that will provide affordable housing options in the heart of Ballston.  Pastor Sarah Harrison-McQueen joins us to discuss her church's efforts to engage its surrounding community and make a difference. 

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A prayer walk leads to feeding the hungry and a plan to provide affordable housing in the heart of Ballston.

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