In the Twin Cities, Minnesota, a missional project came to the aid of many in the community, as Covid hit those who are under-served the hardest.
Whether it was putting someone up in a hotel because they were sleeping in a porta-potty, or paying for a veteran's vehicle brake repair so he could continue to have transportation, or helping someone move across town who had no vehicle, Communitas Twin Cities was a light needed in the community, helping in tangible ways.
In one instance, one of the members of their community, let’s call him “Tom,” had been living in a subsidized apartment where meth was smoked constantly by a neighbor. His apartment was in an old, downtown St. Paul building that was once filled with offices where windows couldn’t be opened. “Tom” had been getting physically sick from the fumes for over a year.