This past Sunday we initiated a winter module that has us looking at poverty and hunger. When the Sunday School teachers first met to discuss this we called it the module on poverty and hunger but really it is about sharing. Sharing our resources and our time. We are looking specifically at poverty and hunger in our community to find out how we can best help. The assumption is that we will be more effective if we know a bit about what we are doing. We are asking experienced parishioners to give us some guidance. The first place we turned to was our food and clothing ministry which in conjunction with Feed Others of Nova Scotia, runs a weekly food bank program. They gave us a list of nonperishable food items to request to kick things off. They include the following items: Cereal, Peanut Butter, Tuna, Canned Soups, and Kraft Dinner

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