Posts Categorized: Presbyterian Hunger Program

PHP Post Fall 2020 Edition Available

Sustainability and Earth Care Issue   The Presbyterian Hunger Program’s Sustainable Living and Earth Care Concerns work is outlined in the centerspread of this PHP Post. Also featured in this issue are: The Lord’s Prayer Liturgy The Sacred Connection Between Black Women and the Earth Blessing the Butterflies: Churchville Presbyterian Cares for Creation Who’s Who… Read more »

Poem: Fire Erupting

By Rev. Ellie Stock Fire erupting, scorching the land, cities flaming as the oppressed make their stand, Enough is Enough!  We will be free!— no more 400 years of Wetiki: white supremacy mind virus cannibalizing and enslaving legally, no more protesting, exhausting, mass incarcerating, lynching, grieving—too much pain, Enough is Enough!—now hard blowing winds of… Read more »

Remembering the massacre of indigenous protestors in Peru

By Jed and Jenny Koball | Mission Co-workers Peru Earlier this month marked the 11th anniversary of ¨El Baguazo¨ – the massacre of indigenous protesters in the Amazon at the hands of the Peruvian National Police.  Of course, remembering such recent history of oppression today in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd and… Read more »

Video: PHP at Work Around the World

Check out this 3 minute video introduction to the work of the Presbyterian Hunger Program in the United States and around the world. PHP is part of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and works to alleviate hunger and eliminate the underlying causes. The work of the Presbyterian Hunger Program is possible thanks to your gifts to One… Read more »

2019 PHP Impact Report is Available

Learn how your gifts to the Presbyterian Hunger Program made a difference in 2019. Front/back can be printed from your computer or emailed to share with your congregation. Download the report here The work of the Presbyterian Hunger Program is possible thanks to your gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing.  

Let’s join hands against racism and white supremacy

By Valery Nodem | Presbyterian Hunger Program The whole world has been shaken by the coronavirus pandemic over the past few months. Almost 7 million people have been infected globally, and more than 400,000 have died. People have been confined in their homes for months, millions of jobs have been lost, and the world economy… Read more »

COVID-19 impact on PHP’s international partners

By Valery Nodem | Presbyterian Hunger Program The whole world has come to a pause over the last 2 months as the Coronavirus hit almost all countries on the planet. From just a few hundred people infected in January, there are currently more than two and half million cases around the world. The message across… Read more »

PHP Post Spring 2020 Edition Available

The Presbyterian Hunger Program’s national hunger concerns work is outlined in the centerspread of this PHP Post. The stories throughout this issue reflect the foci of national hunger concerns: food justice, climate justice and worker justice with overarching principles of community-listening and movement building. Download the National Hunger Concerns Poster Download the Spring 2020 PHP… Read more »