Over 160 firefighters responded to a four-alarm fire at the Love Gospel Assembly in the Fordham section of the Bronx early yesterday morning. The fire occurred around 1:30 a.m.; the church was unoccupied but three civilians were injured as the blaze spread to a homeless shelter next door. One woman who lived at the shelter said, "It was so crazy. You could smell the smoke so bad. It was in my eyes, and no alarms went off. People were going sort of nuts trying to get out." The church, which also operated a soup kitchen, is vowing to rebuild; another resident said, "They give out tons of food to the homeless and are always providing services. They do so much for the community. I hope the community helps them out now."