e Florida pastor who was detained with two others for taking part in a food distribution programme for homeless people has said that he has no plans to stop.
Rev Mark Sims of St Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church in Coral Springs, Florida, was charged with Arnold Abbott, 90, and Pastor Dwayne Black of the Sanctuary Church in Fort Lauderdale of violating a new city ordinance aimed at clamping down on food distribution.
The men were not arrested but were told they would have to appear in court.
Asked by TheBlaze website whether they have plans to stop their feeding programme, Sims said “No”, noting that his faith was at the heart of his good works. Abbott planned to distribute food yesterday near a local beach.
The distribution was carried out through the Maureen A. Abbott Love Thy Neighbor Fund, set up by Arnold Abbott in 1991 as a “loving, living tribute to his beloved late wife Maureen”. Its website says that: “Its purpose has always been to recycle and preserve the integrity of our most precious natural resource: human beings — Broward County’s more than 10,000 homeless men, women, and children — helping them to help themselves… Read More
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