prayer & action
16-17 October 2021
‘Give us this day our daily bread…’—Matthew 6:11
We believe famine has no place in the 21st century and is entirely preventable.
That is why churches worldwide are joining together to declare a Weekend of Prayer and Action Against Hunger on 16-17 October, 2021, coinciding with World Food Day on 16 October. Resources for churches and families are available here, and include translations in English, Spanish, French, German and Portuguese.
This has been a challenging year for most of us, but particularly in the poorest parts of the world. Right now 41 million people are at risk of experiencing famine due to a deadly mix of conflict, climate change and COVID-19’s devastating economic impacts. Children are most at risk.
Unite with us in prayer and action
Resources for churches
Use these slides to guide your congregation through the Liturgy Guide during church services.
Go deeper this weekend with Scripture, reflections, prayers and worship. Make this guide your own and adapt to your own Christian traditions.
Resources for families
Created in partnership with Infinitum, this guide offers activities to help individuals, families and groups pray for the global hunger crisis...
It can be difficult to talk to your family and friends about crises. Download these talking points and ideas for taking action with your kids, friends...
Address the challenge of hunger and inequity in this world in an innovative and spiritually engaging way; this guide includes small changes you can...
Designed to equip communities to come out of poverty with what God has put in their hands, this is a technical and biblical guide to farming for...
Thank you for joining us as we partner in prayer
Millions of children are one step away from starvation
Urgent life-saving action is needed now to prevent a humanitarian hunger crisis that could kill tens of thousands of children