There’s Still Time to Order Materials for Bread for the World Sunday!
There’s still time to order resource materials for your church’s celebration of Bread for the World Sunday this fall. Many churches are planning their event for October 20, but other churches will select dates in November or early December.
You may order free copies of worship bulletin inserts and pew or offering envelopes. To make sure your supplies arrive in time, please place your order now . A new resource kit includes a lectionary study of Luke 18:1-8 by Dr. Greg Carey, professor of New Testament at Lancaster Theology Seminary. These items – along with PowerPoint slides, additional prayers, and other resources – can be viewed and downloaded at www.bread.org/sunday.
“A Place at the Table” at the World Food Prize
The World Food Prize Foundation, in partnership with Bread for the World, will show A Place at the Table at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the Downtown Marriott Hotel, Des Moines, Iowa. The movie will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Sharon Thornberry, Barbie Izquierdo and Angie Tagtow, with Matt Russell as moderator. The showing caps the daylong Iowa Hunger Summit, which is part of the World Food Prize celebrations. If you want to see the movie, register online here. The movie and the Iowa Hunger Summit are free to attend.
Exodus From Hunger in St. Louis
Rev. David Beckmann will deliver two lectures during the Pfautch Lecture Series at the Second Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Mo. The event is hosted by Second Presbyterian Church in partnership with the Gethsemane Lutheran Church, Operation Food Search, St. Louis Area Foodbank, and the Parkway United Church of Christ. Beckmann’s first lecture, “God is Moving in Our Time,” will be held on Monday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. The second, “Changing the Politics of Hunger,” will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. Both lectures and free and open to the public.
Bread for the World Christmas Cards
Get your 2013 Christmas cards today! When you send Bread for the World cards, your family and friends learn about our vital work to help hungry and poor people. Choose from a range of designs or order them all. A pack of 10 cards and envelopes is just $15, shipping included. Visit www.bread.org/store to order your cards today.