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Severe Flooding at Cityteam San Francisco
On Monday, December 5, 2016 a driver crashed into a fire hydrant outside of Cityteam San Francisco. This hit-and-run incident caused the water from the fire hydrant to shoot up onto Cityteam’s roof and flood down through the building to the basement, leaving very significant damage to ceilings, walls and electrical outlets. Unfortunately, after the fire department assessed the situation we had to evacuate the building. With our building unusable, we have had to adapt our programs, but we have not stopped doing ministry while we wait for the clean-up and restoration.
During this time, we strongly believe that although the doors to our building are closed, our services should not stop helping the homeless and the elderly. Our ministry has been serving in San Francisco since 1894 and the need has only grown throughout the years to over 6,686 homeless people on the streets and 1,103 of them are over the age of 60. Our ministry is here to share God’s love and compassion and help each person truly transform their lives out of poverty, addiction and homelessness.
Please keep us in your prayers as we face these challenges and work towards getting back in our building. We know that God will use us where He needs us most.