The church has faced stumbling blocks, most notably its lack of a permanent home. But Lody recently located a nearby Episcopal church, whose congregation is willing to share the space with his, and says the move will free him up to implement an outreach plan.
"I want to create a perception of stability," Lody said. "The people coming to us have the option of not going anywhere. We want them to see they can have a full expression of their faith here. We can be that bridge."
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