Hunger Resources

These resources are available through the HAA’s office.

A Place at the Table

A Place at the Table
From the people who brought you Food Inc.
This video shows us how hunger posses serious economic, social, and cultural implications for our nation, and that it could be solved once and for all, if the American public decides – as they have in the past – that making healthy food available and affordable is in the best interest of us all.
Available on iTunes and on demand.  A copy is also available at the Presbytery office for check-out.  Bread for the World offers a discussion guide, “No Place at the Table’”  Watch the trailer.

 

FoodChainsFood Chains
The Revolution in America’s Fields
In this video, an intrepid group of Florida farmworkers battle to defeat the $4 trillion global supermarket industry through their ingenious Fair Food program, which partners with growers and retailers to improve working conditions for farm laborers in the United States.
Available on iTunes and on demand.  A copy is also available at the Presbytery office.
Watch the trailer.


Have You Anything Here to Eat? Sustainable Food in a Changing Climate
On Earth Day Sunday, we reflect in particular on how climate and food concerns impact us.  Download this resource  http://salsa4.salsalabs.com/o/50750/p/salsa/web/common/public/signup?signup_page_KEY=8414

Hunger No More
An adult study that focuses on hunger in the United States and around the world.  The materials in Hunger No More will help you present important hunger and poverty issues to study groups in your congregation. Also included are children’s activities to help them learn about hunger and provide ways for them to take action to erase it from their community.

Isaiah’s Challenge to the People of God
This booklet provides the clear and disconcerting link between worship and our neighbor’s hunger. Enough material for a multi-session class or a one night study.

just-eatingJust Eating?  Practicing Our Faith at the Table
Participants Book and Leader Guide

by Jennifer Halteman Schrock in collaboration with Advocate Health Care, Church World Service, and Presbyterian Hunger Program.
Just Eating? Practicing Our Faith at the Table Participants Book is a seven-session curriculum for congregations that explores the relationship between the way we eat and the way we live, published by the Presbyterian Hunger Program.  The study uses scripture, prayer and stories from the local and global community to explore five key aspects of our relationship with food.
This resource can be downloaded:
Leader’s Guide http://www.pcusa.org/site_media/media/uploads/hunger/pdf/justeatlead.pdf
Participant’s Guide http://www.pcusa.org/site_media/media/uploads/hunger/pdf/justeatpart.pdf
African American Congregation Adaptation http://www.pcusa.org/site_media/media/uploads/hunger/pdf/just_eating_reading_book–african_american_adaptation.pdf
Leader’s Guide for African American Congregation http://www.pcusa.org/site_media/media/uploads/hunger/pdf/justeatlead.pdf

Just Eating? Practicing Our Faith at the Table
Middle School Version
by Holly Johnson and Jennifer Halteman Schrock in collaboration with Advocate Health Care, Church World Service, and Presbyterian Hunger Program.
Just Eating? Practicing Our Faith at the Table will help young people better understand the relationship between our faith and our food.  Drawing on Jesus’ story and the rituals of the Christian faith, this 5 session curriculum looks at four interconnected aspects of our lives with food.
Download as a pdf: http://www.pcusa.org/site_media/media/uploads/hunger/pdf/justeating-ms.pdf

Just Neighbors Tool Kit
This is a dynamic interactive curriculum that allows you to walk in the shoes of the poor, feel their need, and learn how to help.

 

 



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