Profile on Rev. Al and the great work he does in our community.
“I’m consistent,” Tysick says. “I’m here five days a week. They get to meet someone who cares for them. I’ll take them to the hospital, try to find them a place.” Tysick, 68, makes about five stops at downtown locations where he offers hot drinks, food and cigarettes to the city’s homeless and destitute. The cigarettes are his way of keeping a running count of people.
Read the article: Street preacher brings Gospel – and compassion – to Victoria’s homeless
Source: The Globe & Mail