"Shelter Me, O God" is a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. interfaith prayer service and choir concert dedicated to people in Huntington and elsewhere on Long Island who are hungry, homeless or housing insecure. The program relates facts about housing insecurities on Long Island with statements by Dr. King calling for econoic justice. The service will include prayers and scripture readings from various denominations. The service is particularly poignant this year when so many Long Islanders experienced homelessness and housing insecurity for the first time in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Huntington Supervisor Frank Petrione is scheduled to speak at the service, calling on the people of Huntington to work together to create more affordable housing.