Denver is moving up the ranks of cities that are giving their homeless population places to call their own – and it is partially in thanks to a local church.

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church of Colorado is pushing for the addition of a second tiny house village next to their church in downtown Denver.

CHECK OUT: Amazon Buys Old Hotel in Seattle and Turns it Into a Homeless Shelter

The village would be almost identical to Denver’s first tiny house village, the Beloved Community, except it would have eight little homes instead of eleven.

Since the church has been rallying for a change in city zoning laws, the religious facility is hoping that they can begin construction as early as the coming months, just weeks after the completion of the Beloved Community.

(WATCH the video below)

Click To Share The News With Your Friends

Leave a Reply