Help celebrate Bread for the World Sunday

August 5, 2009 at 6:18 am Leave a comment

Encourage your church or faith community to renew their commitment to end hunger by taking part in Bread for the World Sunday!  On October 18 and other Sundays in the fall, congregations and faith communities will recommit to help end hunger in God’s world.

You can order FREE resources to help your church observe Bread for the World Sunday. This year’s reflection, on Mark 10:35-45, is written by Rev. John Buchanan, editor and publisher of the Christian Century. A new song composed by Marty Haugen in honor of Bread for the World’s 35th anniversary, a call to worship, a litany, worship bulletin inserts, and offering envelopes—all are available to make your celebration a success.

  • Order your FREE Bread for the World Sunday resources.
  • See the creative ways that churches are observing Bread for the World Sunday.
  • Share this e-mail with your pastor, priest, or other church leader and offer to help plan your church’s involvement in Bread for the World Sunday.

With the global economic crisis, more people are hungry here in our country and around the world.  Participating in Bread for the World Sunday is one way your congregation can make a difference.  I hope you will join with us.


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Arthur Simon, Bread for the World founder, is coming to Portland (9/9, 8am @ Westminster Presbyterian)! Oregon Food Bank August advocacy newsletter available

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