11/16/2011 03:32 pm ET | Updated Jan 16, 2012

Churches Open Doors To Occupy Wall Street Protesters

MANHATTAN -- Churches around the borough were opening their doors Tuesday night to Occupy Wall Street protesters -- who were left without a place to sleep after police cleared out Zuccotti Park hours earlier.

Among those taking in the anti-greed protesters, who first established a camp in Lower Manhattan on Sept. 17, was Middle Collegiate Church in the East Village, which said Tuesday night it could accommodate about 75 protesters.