Poverty & Hunger

  1. Episcopalians among those arrested in Poor People’s Campaign rally for voting rights, wage hikes
    Posted Aug 3, 2021
    By David Paulsen
  2. Co-chair of Poor People’s Campaign among nearly 100 women arrested at march for voting rights in D.C.
    Posted Jul 20, 2021
    By Renée Roden
  3. Poor People’s Campaign, lawmakers unveil sweeping resolution to tackle poverty
    Posted May 21, 2021
    By Jack Jenkins
  4. Suburban parish partners with Detroit church to open community resource center
    Posted Feb 1, 2021
    By Egan Millard
  5. All Saints Pasadena helps homeless people during pandemic by offering refuge and support
    Posted Jan 13, 2021
    By Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn
  6. Throughout pandemic, Episcopal-led mentors, tutors have continued to serve Georgia students online
    Posted Dec 16, 2020
    By Michelle Hiskey
  7. New Orleans Episcopal housing initiative fosters homeownership and wealth generation
    Posted Oct 7, 2020
    By Pat McCaughan
  8. Episcopal teens address extreme poverty with global philanthropy initiative
    Posted Sep 8, 2020
    By Richelle Thompson
  9. A church-run business incubator grows its community’s own solutions to poverty
    Posted Sep 2, 2020
    By Angie Jackson
  10. Episcopal Church deepens engagement with Poor People’s Campaign, racial justice work
    Posted Jul 1, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  11. All Our Children network’s end offers tough lessons for Episcopal work on education equity, poverty
    Posted Aug 2, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  12. Episcopalians take part in UN forum on eliminating poverty worldwide
    Posted Jul 25, 2019
    By Egan Millard
  13. Diocese of Olympia chaplains rally behind homeless campers facing eviction from riverfront
    Posted Jul 11, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  14. Detroit ministry to offer showers, laundry services to homeless residents with help of UTO grant
    Posted Jul 3, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  15. West Virginia ministry recruits work groups for revamped outreach to county gripped by poverty
    Posted Jun 26, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  16. Episcopal Church joins efforts to mark 400 years since enslaved Africans’ arrival in North America
    Posted Jun 10, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  17. Mission church’s healthy meals served with loving nod to ‘First Nations’ cuisine, culture
    Posted Jun 3, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  18. Episcopalians try to counter ‘startling’ problem of food insecurity among college students
    Posted Feb 19, 2019
  19. Campus ministers respond to hungry, homeless college students
    Posted Nov 6, 2018
    By Pat McCaughan
  20. Archbishop of Canterbury urges government to put food banks out of business
    Posted Sep 12, 2018