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Peace & Justice

Food rescue operations are vital during a pandemic

Yearning to break free from a life hindered by addiction, Lori Flick walked into Columbia Presbyterian Church in south-central Pennsylvania almost seven years ago and found a place of refuge.

How should the church stand up to anti-Asian racism?

After a successful first outing looking at the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus pandemic on communities of people who are black, the “COVID at the Margins” series returns at 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday, May 18, with a look at a community experiencing overt racism due to the virus: people who are Asian and Asian-American.

An online service of lament

With mission co-workers and other Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) national staff tuned in from all over the country — and some from abroad — Compassion, Peace & Justice on Wednesday offered up “By the Waters of Babylon,” an online worship service of lament attended by more than 80 people.

‘COVID at the Margins’ begins Monday

A new discussion series on the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color — and how faith communities can address the problem — kicks off Monday on Facebook Live.

Presbyterian Hunger Program awards almost 50 COVID-19 grants

Recognizing a rapid increase in demand for food assistance, the Presbyterian Hunger Program has announced $113,000 in grants to help churches and community groups weather the coronavirus storm and build capacity to address hunger.