Hampstead Congregational Church hosts Hunger Action on May 19
The day begins with a special interfaith intergenerational worship service at 11 a.m. Rev. Matthew Martin, Northeast Region coordinator for Outreach Kids, will speak, and children of Hampstead Congregational Church’s Sunday School will present a parable told by Jesus.
At 1 p.m. a CROP Walk Send Off Ceremony will be held in the Church sanctuary with the Rev. Bert Marshall, New England regional director of Church World Services, presenting.
If you’d like to outreach with your hands or feet, call Lake at 244-3090 to sign up.
If you are unable to offer your hands or feet, but would like to share your heart, you may contribute to the CROP walk by visiting www.hampsteaducc.org and/or you may help purchase food to be packed by sending check made out to Hampstead Congregational Church and marked, “Outreach Kids Food”.
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