The Brock Mission men’s homeless shelter and the city’s emergency overflow shelter that moved to the Sport and Wellness Centre in March at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic will be moving back downtown, the city announced Thursday.

The temporary Brock Mission shelter will move back to space in a wing at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church at 120 Murray St. until completion of the new $6.3-million Brock Mission building being built at 217 Murray St., which will have 30 emergency beds and 15 small rental units but is now not expected to be ready until May because of delays related to COVID-19.

The city’s emergency overflow shelter will move back to space at the Murray Street Baptist Church at 175 Murray St.