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Children in the congregation of Centerville United Methodist Church grow food for the Food4Summer program. Photo by Brenda Donnelly. Story from Dayton Daily News.

Church youth grow veggies for low-income families

‘I like that it feeds the people who don’t have food every night.’ Summer program helps children learn about helping others. Read More

Bartlesville (Okla.) First Church members planted their first community garden on Change the World Day in 2009. Today, the garden, which began with 30 volunteers, is still growing strong.

Garden of Eatin’ changes the world one carrot at a time

Launched five years ago on the first Change the World weekend, the community garden at Bartlesville First is feeding the hungry -- and strengthening the community. Read More

The Big Garden grows food

Started by United Methodists, this network of 70 community gardens in metro-Omaha and smaller communities addresses hunger and more. Read More

United Methodists ready to Change the World

More than 1,500 congregations, charges, districts and conferences around the globe take the church into the community. Read More

Helping the Homeless 101

For college students running a Philadelphia homeless shelter, the biggest lesson is one they aren't learning in class. Read More

Food ministries flourish on different paths

May 28 is World Hunger Day. Two churches in Indianapolis find different ministries to feed the hungry and enable people to reach potential. Read More

Growing communities along the Santa Cruz

From the hard soil of Tucson, Ariz., Youth Farm Project interns help the community to develop a flourishing garden and gathering place. Read More

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