Ranters of Mow Cop

Ranters of Mow Cop

Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Faith in Foodbanks?

 Issues Team has today launched 'Faith in Foodbanks?' – a resource for churches to explore issues raised by foodbanks and to make connections between the work of these foodbanks and the life, worship and witness of local churches and fellowships.

The resource pack contains information on the rise in the use of foodbanks and practical actions as well as ideas to incorporate foodbanks in the worship of the Church and 'Signs of the Times?', a six part bible study exploring the biblical foundations for being involved in foodbank ministry.

'Faith in Foodbanks?' can be downloaded from www.jointpublicissues.org.uk/faithinfoodbanks

Your contact with us about the work of foodbanks in your area has helped us to shape these resources.

I hope this resource will be useful for you to use in your local context. If you do make use of the resources, please let us know how it went – email enquiries@jointpublicissues.org.uk

Best wishes

Matt Collins | JPIT Intern |
Joint Public Issues Team | The Mission and Advocacy Cluster
020 7467 5223 [direct line]

The Methodist Church, 25 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5JR | 020 7486 5502 [Helpdesk]
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The Joint Public Issues Team: Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed Churches working together


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