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Providing neighbors fresh food

Fresh food

US-2 Marie Rittenberry arrived in Grand Rapids, MI in August 2021. She is on staff at Fresh Market, a ministry of United Methodist Community House meeting food needs of neighbors.

Ways to take action for hungry children

Feeding hungry children

Volunteering with a feeding program, hosting a Food Truck Party VBS, using Bake with Bible curriculum. Just some of the many ways to raise awareness and feed Michigan’s hungry kids.

Help share the Lord’s harvest

Youth harvest for SOS

Leaving part of the harvest for God’s people dates back thousands of years. Today, the Society of St. Andrew continues that biblical practice.

September is Hunger Awareness Month

Fighting hunger in Stony Creek

A new Child Hunger Working Group of The Michigan Conference encourages United Methodist churches to learn, act, and advocate for the feeding of hungry children and families across the state.

Faith on go against child hunger

This year they walk for hunger

More than half a million children in Michigan suffer from hunger and food insecurity. The 2021 Michigan Conference 5K is just the beginning of an initiative to help our kids… Continue Reading Faith on go against child hunger

Stretching to meet needs in Appalachia

UMCOR grant feeds hungry families in Appalachia

Henderson Settlement and Red Bird Mission, United Methodist ministries in Appalachia, have received strong support from Michigan for many years. Learn how they are coping with coronavirus.

Take action to end world hunger

Child suffering from hunger eating at garbage pile

Hunger in the United States is affecting fewer households. It’s possible the world could be rid of it by 2030 through focused collaboration, according to the Bread for the World… Continue Reading Take action to end world hunger

Faith after the cyclone

Pastor in front of church in Mozambique

The United Methodist Church is helping people pick up the pieces of their lives after a cyclone killed hundreds and displaced thousands in southern Africa.

‘Back to the soil’ in Liberia

Gbarnga Mission is growing swamp rice that will supply most area farmers with seed for the next crop.

Feeding the hungry

34 United Methodist churches responded to a survey of Michigan food pantries.

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