Resources in Environmental

Tread Lightly for Lent 2023

The Presbyterian Hunger Program strives to walk with people in moving towards sustainable choices that restore and protect all of God’s children and creation. As people of faith, we seek to “serve and preserve” God’s world. However, some of our collective choices have led to a changing global climate, which translates to warmer temperatures, rising… Read more »

Just Living resources

Presbyterians can practice faith in your everyday lives. Each short booklet explores lifestyle integrity for different seasons or choices of our lives. Choose individual booklets below, or use the download button on this page for a single pdf with all five of the booklets combined (20 pages). Green Living Sustainable Autumn Living Alternative Thanksgiving Reclaiming… Read more »

2021 PHP Impact Report

2021 Impact Report from the PC(USA)’s Presbyterian Hunger Program

PHP Post Fall 2021

In the Dismantling Structural Racism issue… Global racism, colonialism and white supremacy Deep Links Between Racism and Climate Change Reparations Cannot Wait Resource Extraction and Racism We Take a Matthew 25 Stand PHP and Decolonizing Wealth POSTER – Environmental Racism  

Is There Enough

Is There Enough? is a 5-session curriculum for children dealing with the issue of hunger, with Biblical themes addressing our responsibility to share. There are lesson plans for preschool, kindergarten – second grade, and upper elementary ages.

2020 PHP Impact Report

Learn how your gifts to the Presbyterian Hunger Program made a difference in 2020.

PHP Post Spring 2021

In the PHP & Matthew 25 issue… Land is the basis of freedom Fighting colonialism and poverty globally A Peaceful Path Poster: The Presbyterian Hunger Program and Matthew 25 Download the PHP & Matthew 25 poster

Companion Guide to the Commitment to Peacemaking

The Companion Guide to the Commitment to Peacemaking accompanies the Commitment to Peacemaking. It assists congregations, mid councils and theological institutions as they make, reaffirm and deepen their commitment to peacemaking. The Guide outlines a unique process of worship, spiritual grounding and reflection, community building and partnership, study and preparation, and direct action and advocacy,… Read more »