Greetings in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ!
NCP Hunger Team
|Seeking Justice – Ending Hunger||Cents-Ability is a small first step in the battle against hunger and poverty|
|Living as global disciples. Four creative hands-on actions for congregations||The Presbyterian Hunger Program receives 36 percent of undesignated One Great Hour of Sharing gifts|
|The Presbyterian Coffee Project is a new way to help people in need while enjoying fellowship and an excellent cup of coffee.||Hunger Program serves up ‘Just Eating’ curriculum Seven-week program examines links between faith and food. Just Eating’ Practicing Our Faith at the Table Participants Book is a seven-session curriculum for congregations that explores the relationship between the way we eat and the way we live, published by the Presbyterian Hunger Program. The study uses scripture, prayer and stories from the local and global community to explore five key aspects of our relationship with food.
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**One Great Hour of Sharing is celebrating 60 years of reaching out to help those in need – nationally and globally. Be sure to share the latest OGHS DVD with members of your church or click on http://vidego.multicastmedia.com/player.php?v=v96rei2l to view on line.
**Please encourage your congregation to learn where some of the 36% of funds donated in 2008 via the Presbyterian Hunger Program came to benefit many within National Capital Presbytery, the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic or nearby by going to
www.pcusa.org/oghs/09images/PHP-grants-2008.pdf Be sure to view especially pages 4,5,13 & 14.
As a brief sample: $44,000.00 helped support 9 Hunger Actions Enablers (HAE) within our Synod, including $5,000 for our HAE, Sandy Champion (firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-602-1620 ) or $15,000 to STITCH for Outreach and Education in the U.S. To Fight Poverty, DC.