Presbyterian Hunger Program

Celebrating Hunger Action Congregations

The Hunger Action Congregation initiative was launched on June 1, 2017. As of World Food Day — October 16, 2023 — we celebrate 78 churches in 49 presbyteries, including 50… Read more »

Blessed Tomorrow

Commitment to Act on Climate Change To imagine the fullness of God is to talk about God’s Creation. From beginning to end, the Bible is replete with images of God’s… Read more »

Hunger Action Congregations

  As disciples of a loving God who inspires us to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with our God, we commit to faithful action to end hunger and… Read more »

Presbyterian Hunger Program

  Alleviating Hunger and Eliminating Its Causes “Enslaving poverty in a world of abundance is an intolerable violation of God’s good creation.”—Book of Confessions, 9.46 Fighting hunger is at the… Read more »

Reflection/Action Trips

International Opportunities Pilgrimage in Peru Join with the Presbytery of Giddings Lovejoy on a pilgrimage celebrating 20 years of partnership with Red Uniendo Manos Peru and the Presbyterian Hunger Program…. Read more »

Fair Wages & Worker Justice

  The Presbyterian Hunger Program, Presbyterian Women and the Presbyterian Office of Public Witness are joining with congregations, interfaith partners, the Alliance for Fair Food, Interfaith Worker Justice and ROC-United… Read more »

Earth Day Sunday

  Celebrate Earth Day Sunday or other Creation Care Worship Services In the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) hymnals (including the new hymnal Glory to God), Book of Common Worship, Directory for Worship,… Read more »

Fair Food

  People of faith, students, and other consumers can support human rights and fairness for farm workers in Florida and the southeast through the Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ Fair Food… Read more »

Democratic Republic of Congo

Our Organization The Platform of Civil Society Organizations Working in the Mining Sector (POM) is a network, founded in 2009, which currently brings together 22 nonprofits, mainly located in the… Read more »