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How Congregations Are Increasing Affordable Housing and Addressing Unhoused Populations
If your congregation chooses to join as a Presbyterian Hunger Program (PHP) Hunger Action Congregation, you will submit the official covenant application online at bit.ly/hungeractionform. Before you are ready to… Read more »
As Presbyterians, led from worship into the world, we are guided by Scripture and act out our calling as disciples of Jesus Christ. In this time we are called to… Read more »
Through their 40% of the Pentecost Offering, a Jacksonville congregation supports an interfaith network which provides assistance to homeless families.
The Presbyterian Network to End Homelessness (PNTEH) is a national organization of Presbyterians focusing on how they can alleviate homelessness. PNTEH prepared a bulletin insert that congregations are invited to… Read more »
Resource on affordable housing and homelessness policy issues produced by The Advisory Council on Social Witness Policy in 2008
An overview of Self-Development of People’s work to help homeless people, including a presentation about Dignity Village in Portland, Oregon.