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Hunger at Our Doorstep A Study-Action Guide for Wisconsin Congregations
This revised and updated resource from the Wisconsin Council of Churches aims to help congregations learn about – and respond to – hunger in their communities. Basic questions about hunger provide the starting point for the curriculum: Who is hungry … Continue reading →
Combating Poverty, Elevating the Debate in the Fall Elections: Regional Summits & Sign On Letter
Introduction This year marks the 50 year anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson declaring an “unconditional war on poverty” in the United States. Over the past five decades there have indeed been advances on the front lines – from Medicare, … Continue reading →
Fall, 2014 Lectionary Reflections Now Available
The Wisconsin Council of Churches’ Peace and Justice Commission has written a series of Lenten reflections focused on social and economic justice. The reflections include comments on one or more of the lectionary texts, and illustrative material for sermons and/or … Continue reading →
2015 Winter Forum Theme: “Another Way of Doing Life”
Looking for a weekend of spiritual renewal in the midst of winter next year? Join us for the 2015 Winter Forum scheduled for Feb. 27-28 at the Wisconsin Dells with presenter Shane Claiborne. The Wisconsin Dells provides a wealth of … Continue reading →