October 26, 2017
St. Malachi Church
Located at the corner of West 25th Street and the Superior Viaduct  
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
 
The Mentanoia Project is a program that Carl Cook, former homeless man and now successful advocate created for the homeless at St. Malachi.   From November to April, homeless men and women are welcomed into St. Malachi starting at 7PM, Thursday through Sunday.  They can come and have a hot meal, shower, watch TV, receive health care services, mental health services, take an education class, shop for free, warm clothing and spend the night.  Carl believes that this program helps these men and women to change their lives and move into a better situation for themselves. 
 
Our service day will consist of helping Carl and his team get ready to welcome guests.  This will include cleaning out office space, unpacking and organizing items that have been packed away since the program ended in April, setting up the clothing room, and cleaning/organizing the kitchen space.  Carl Cook and Megan Crow will also give a brief presentation about the program and why they are so compassionate about what they do.