It's 6:15 p.m., and people are getting hungry. It's been a long day of work for some. Others have spent the day hanging out on Franklin Street. A few have been asking for spare change. People are congregating outside, talking and smoking. A small crowd sits in the lounge, watching the evening news and waiting for a receptionist to allow more people to file into the small dining room. The Inter-Faith Council Community House serves three hot meals a day, 365 days a year, and offers temporary lodging for at least 56 people nightly.