In response stars-storyto the impending extreme drop in temperatures, one area church will be opening their doors to the homeless and those without adequate heat Monday.

With a Wind Chill Warning in effect and promising to bring temperatures below zero and a wind chill of -20 to -30 degrees, some may not have heating they need. In response, the Middleport Church of the Nazarene will be opening their doors to those who need to a warm place to weather this cold storm.

According to the Rev. Daniel Fulton of the Middleport Church of the Nazarene, the church will be opening starting at 9 a.m. Monday, Jan. 6. Walk-ins may come until 5 p.m. Rev. Fulton said the warming shelter will be available through Wednesday morning. He said that individuals coming to the church will need to bring their own bedding such as sleeping bags and anything else they may need along those lines.

For more information about the warming shelter at the Middleport Church of the Nazarene, call (740)992-3191.