Join us during lent as we focus on Hunger in our local and worldwide communities with help from the ELCA World Hunger. You will find resources for bible studies, books to read, a calendar you can follow, and ways you can help raise funds for local and world hunger. Join in our Nativity community as we learn and act to eradicate hunger!
40 DAYS OF GIVING
We are collecting donations for local LSS hunger programs and the ELCA World Hunger program. Children and youth received a piggy bank asking to fill it during lent with $30. Another way to help raise funds for hunger is the Walk For Hunger. It’s simple, just walk at least 1 mile during the 40 days of lent and find people to sponsor you and your goal is to raise $40. Drive up – Drop Off your donations on March 28th from 10-12 pm. Children & Youth will receive a special certificate for helping to raise money and a medal if they participate in the Walk for Hunger
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Donate online. Write Lent Hunger in the “notes”.
FAMILY LENT STUDY
On Earth As In Heaven is a Weekly Hunger Lent focus on the Lord’s Prayer. Bible study, Conversations, Games and Food Recopies all with a focus from around the world.
MARCH HUNGER CHALLENGE
Each day, the calendar will ask you a question. Example: How many pairs of shoes do you have? Students will write the number. Use the Hunger Piggy received in your Faith Formation Lent Packet to put coins to represent the number. Example: You will get rolls of Nickels, Dimes, Quarters and use during this project. If you have 6 pairs of shoes you will put in 6 quarters.
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FAMILY 40 DAYS OF “WONDERINGS” LENT CALENDAR
Each day, the calendar will ask you a question, give you a reading or simple task to do.
ADULT 40 DAYS LENT STUDY-GUIDE
This is a 5-week resource that can be done with a small group or individually. Each session draws on the Scripture readings for Lent and challenges us to reflection and action
Here are books for the different ages that you can find online and read at home that focus on Hunger!
Littles: Our Little Kitchen by Jillian Tamaki
Age 3- Kindergarten: Stone Soup by John J. Muth
Grades 1-4: The Good Garden by Katie Smith Milway
Middle School: A Kids Guide to Hunger and Homelessness by Catherine Berger
High School: Free Lunch by Rex Ogle
Adults: Food Justice Now! Deepening the Roots of Social Struggle by: Joshua Sbicca