To address episodic hunger, Church of the Heavenly Rest has developed shelf-stable, ready-to-cook, simple-to-prepare, non-perishable meal kits. Our Grace-...
Poverty & Hunger
Poverty & Hunger
Grace to Go - JambalayaJanuary 30, 2018
The Church of the Heavenly Rest, in the City and Diocese of New York, has worked with their community to combat hunger in a new way. Check out Grace-to-Go...
Heidi Shott talks about rural poverty and restorative justice in MaineApril 10, 2014
Heidi Shott, canon for communications in the Diocese of Maine, talks about generational poverty, the high prevalence of domestic violence in her state and...
[Anglican Communion News Service] Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has used an address to Britain’s Trade Union Congress to speak of a society where church-run food banks and homeless shelters are no longer needed. Archbishop Justin delivered his address as the TUC gathered in Manchester...
[Anglican Communion News Service] A report co-authored by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby says that Britain’s economy “is not working for millions of people and needs fundamental reform.” The report argues that “a fair economy is a strong economy” and says that “prosperity and justice...
[Anglican Communion News Service] Church volunteers are stepping in to provide food and support for struggling families as cuts to public spending impact on child poverty, the Church in Wales said this week during an event at The Eisteddfod, the annual cultural festival. The audience at the...
[Episcopal News Service] Lord God made them all, the creatures of the world great and small, and God’s...
Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative successfully met the following goals of our Healthy Living for Low-Income Familiesprogram in an effort to bring educational and experiential opportunities for healthy living habits to low-income families in Central City, New Orleans:Formed...
[Anglican Communion News Service] The Anglican Alliance, which helps to coordinates Anglican churches and agencies to work for a world free of poverty and justice, has launched a yearlong focus on anti-slavery initiatives across the Communion. Through its Freedom Year initiative, the Alliance...
[Episcopal News Service] The bishops of the two Episcopal dioceses in South Carolina have joined four of their counterparts with other Christian churches in signing a letter to the state’s General Assembly urging lawmakers to join with the educators, advocates and the faith community in working...
[Episcopal News Service] It is hard to...
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