EAD 2023 Worship Offerings

EAD 2023 Worship Offerings

From Ecumenical Advocacy Days

This year's offering is split between the Black Church Food Security Network (BCFSN) and Swords to Plowshares Northeast.

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EAD 2023's Worship Offering will be divided between two organizations:

1) The Black Church Food Security Network (BCFSN) is the fruit of Maxine’s Garden at Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore, MD. 

After years of seeing the benefits of integrating a vegetable garden into the ministry of the church and growing frustrated with food access and charity models, Rev. Heber Brown, III began dreaming of what could happen if more Black churches started growing food on their land and worked in coordination with other congregations and farmers to co-create, local Black-owned food systems. 

2) Swords to Plowshares Northeast - Our program is focused on reducing gun violence in the communities in which our events take place. With 40,000 gun deaths per year in our country, something must be done now. The strategy we apply to this problem is to convert weapons of death into tools of life, and then use those tools to the betterment of the community. All with the goal of reducing senseless gun deaths.

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