Category: Religious
Size: Medium, fits 30-40 people
Condition: Poorly maintained
Inhabitants: Lower class/ill, religious figures

Founded on a decrepit, ruined church, Good Words Fellowship is a primary center for religious charity. Upper and middle class can sign up to bring donated food and water to the less fortunate in the name of the Caduceus. Shortly after the advent of the hydroplague, the church was full, survivors coming from all across the Columbus area. However, it draws in far fewer volunteers these days - mostly due to the lack of donations and resources. Because of this, much of the large building has fallen into an even more advanced state of disrepair. It is still a safe haven for the sick and poor, but those who are well-off may want to be wary of the area - many people were not alive when the house of worship was doing its kind work.