New Life Evangelistic center
Another hearing will be held in City Hall over the City of St. Louis revoking New Life Evangelistic Center’s license.
A new hire at a Clayton law firm representing a group of downtown St. Louis condominium owners has Reverend Larry Rice crying foul.
It’s too dangerous to stay outside!’ That’s why many volunteers, including Ray Redlich with the New Life Evangelistic Center, spent much of the night looking to bring the homeless inside or provide whatever help they needed.
In testimony today, Rice will seek to blame downtown’s homeless problem on the negligence of surrounding communities.
“We have people who have homes, who have condominiums, that file petitions, that want to take away our right to shelter people here”
“You can own your own building but if you own it and try to sleep on it, you get arrested. You sleep on the sidewalk, you get arrested.”
Ever wonder what it’s like to be homeless? You can experience it tonight as the New Life Evangelistic Center hosts its annual Night with the Homeless.
“We will be taking this to court where we can contest if we really need a permit for a hotel. We’re a church after all,” he said.
“It’s kind of like an assortment of police reports at various times. They vary from assaults, homicides, drug arrests, larcenies,” Officer Daffney Allen testified.
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – The Reverend Larry Rice fights for the survival of his downtown homeless shelter, the New Life Evangelistic Center, as he appears before a city board with the power to shut him […]