Memorial Services for Poor and Homeless People
In 1980, SFNM began performing memorial services for people served by residential hotels or agencies serving homeless and other poor people, as well as people who die on the streets. This ministry continues, averaging 3 memorial services a week. SFNM also organizes an Interfaith Memorial Service for all Our Homeless Dead every December and collaborates with another ministry in a Good Friday Pilgrimage through the complex of government buildings and the Tenderloin itself, utilizing contemporary wording for the Stations of the Cross and calling attention to the plight of the poor.
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