Pack it up again, stopping hungerPosted: July 11, 2013
Coming off the heels of the extravagant generosity expressed by the Tennessee Annual Conference in June, there is another opportunity for Methodists in Middle Tennessee to don hair nets package meals to be delivered to hungry all over the world.
A Stop Hunger Now meal packaging event will be held at the National Gathering of United Methodist Men on Saturday, July 13th at Belmont University. The afternoon packaging shifts starting at 12:15 and 2:15 pm are open to local congregational teams who desire to package meals and receive training to bring hunger action opportunities back to their congregations.
You are encouraged to gather a carload of “mission-minded” folk from your congregations and experience the power of being the hands and feet of Jesus!
In addition to meal packaging, you will learn more about hunger in our world, and how we can all be part of a movement to stop it. This is one case where Christians need to cultivate intolerance…toward world hunger! There will be time available to ask questions and receive tips from leaders, and resources that you can bring back to your church.
Note: This event is open to ANYONE, not just those that are registered to participate in the UMMen conference!
> CLICK HERE to sign up to participate and/or donate at:
For questions or help, you can contact the Calvary UMC Stop Hunger Now Team:
Tyler Petersen (email)
Joe Dunn (email)
Andy Morris (email)
Larry Malone (email)