Grace does amazing things. See for yourself.
Feeding the hungry in your city
28 November 2010
People at St Michael's Surry Hills reach out to the homeless each Sunday morning.
Anglican Aid is backing the initiative by believers in Surry Hills. And we’re delighted to hear that up to 70 people are being nourished each week.
Young people, homeless people and pensioners, struggling to make ends meet, share in this breakfast.
Everyone is invited to 'Brekky Church' which follows the meal.
The church has shown faithful commitment to this ministry in their community for over 10 years.
Director of Anglican Aid, David Mansfield, reflects on ways we can let grace flow.
Since 1990, aid has helped to reduce extreme poverty, including almost halving the number of children around the world who die before their fifth birthday – 14,000 fewer children dying every single day.
Let's help make poverty history by giving our fair share of aid – just 70 cents in every $100 of Australia’s national income by 2020.
As a step towards contributing our fair share, by 2016 we’re asking our political leaders to fulfill their bipartisan promise to give 50 cents in every $100 to tackle global poverty
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