In "The Wi$dom Path: Money, Spirit, and Life," a Tapestry of Faith program
Coordinate a multigenerational service project at a local food bank or food redistribution center. Work with congregational leaders to publicize and promote the project. Host a breakfast or luncheon after the event and invite participants of all ages to gather in small, multiage groups and process their experience using these questions as prompts:
Facilitators should remind participants that hunger and food insecurity are not particular to any one group of people: There may be people in your congregation and in your project group who have in the past or currently need food aid. Care must be taken to avoid "us" and "them" language when sharing stories.
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Last updated on Friday, November 22, 2013.
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