Greensboro Urban Ministry relocates services due to sewer repairs

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Greensboro Urban Ministry relocated its services Tuesday morning after sewer repairs prompted a closure of its building at 305 West Lee St.

The Ministry's Weaver House Night Shelter for Single Adults has moved to the Interactive Resource Center at 407 East Washington St., where officials say the American Red Cross has supplied cots. The Ministry's volunteer groups will serve breakfasts and suppers to Weaver House guests at the IRC.

The Potter's House Community Kitchen has moved its 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. lunch to Shiloh Baptist Church at 1210 South Eugene St.

The Emergency Assistance Program has moved to the HealthServe Medical Center at 1002 South Eugene St.

The Greensboro Food Bank will continue to accept food donations at its loading dock behind the HealthServe building and provide emergency food orders to clients screened by the Ministry's Emergency Assistance Program.

Officials say the Ministry has been working to repair a "serious" sewer problem that developed Aug. 10.

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