111. Spring Break Students Feed the Hungry

Socity of St. Andrew

Students from campus ministry groups all over the country spent their spring break serving people.  Wesley Foundation students from Missouri served rebuilding homes in Louiaiana.  MissionCast this week follows a group of students from Virgina who spent spring break in Florida gleaning food for the hungry, through the Society of St. Andrew. Jeff Baker, at the Office of Creative Ministries, serves as the Missouri Hunger Advocate for the Society of St. Andrew.  Contact Jeff to find out how to set up a gleaning project for your congregation. Tons of food that would otherwise be thrown away are gleaned each year to make their way to the tables of hungry men, women and children.  For information contact Jeff Baker at 573-474-7155 or email him at baker@umocm.com.

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