Also Featuring Ministries Supported
By ELCA Domestic Hunger Grants!
Like Esther of the Old Testament, as people of faith, we are called to stand with our neighbors who struggle with poverty and hunger and speak out. Currently funding for vital domestic and international anti-hunger and anti-poverty programs is at risk of deep cuts. Through advocacy letter writing we must urge Congress to invest and protect key programs that help improve the lives of men, women, and children facing hunger and poverty in the United States and around the world. Presented by the Sierra Pacific Synod Hunger Network.
- Keynote Speaker, David Gist, Regional Organizer for Bread for the World
- Stories from ministries supported by ELCA Domestic Hunger Grants
- Advocacy Letter Writing
- Justice Based Worship, and Music
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