If your homeless it's best you stay homeless rather than go to Passover Ministries. I lived there for many Months Pastor Sylvester Jenkins and Pastor Cory Atkins both are Lyres and thief's. They make you pay rent,utilities,food,and tides they pocket the money then they will let the lights and water get turned of for months the food that you pay for when you get it (if you get it) is half rotten and spoiled then you still have to buy you own personal food. any donations that come in you want get because Jenkins and Atkins takes it home with them. If you try and say anything about the mistreatment they will KICK YOU OUT and Lie to your Probation Officer to get you into trouble (IF your white anyway) If your black you can use drugs, stay out past curfew and fight. I'v seen this first hand. there needs to be an CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION OPENED and both Jenkins and Atkins needs to be locked up and Passover Ministries need to be SHUT DOWN PERMIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! or taken over by someone who is really a person of God and wants to help others.
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Cheapest game in town for a reason. Their Authentication Server goes down multiple times per week, but they won't admit to it. Short story -- your internet will be down, and if you call them, they will have you go through all the "Unplug your modem" steps, even though the modem already told you the problem is on their end. I'm an IT guy, so I check before I call. Their Help Desk people read off of some lame flow chart that never admits it could be their fault. If the possibility exists that the problem might be their line, they inform you multiple times that if it is not, you will be charged a service fee. Overall, typical, terrible AT&T Customer Service. You are a stupid cow to be milked for a profit.
I love the mix of cultures, ages, and backgrounds. This is the first church I have been involved with where it doesn't matter what denomination you prefer. I love meeting people who grew up in different religious or non-religious circles, who now all feel like one church family. It makes me smile!