Hosting a harvest supper in your church is a great way to help raise awareness about this current crisis in Malawi.
In Malawi, more than 6 million people are going hungry and many don’t know where the next meal will come from. Last year’s floods followed by months of drought have crippled the country’s food supplies and caused the government to declare a national emergency.
A gift of £36 will feed a family of six for 3 months. It will stop a mother with HIV from putting her own life in jeopardy to feed her children.
Gifts to this emergency appeal are being matched, pound for pound, by the Scottish government.
Your gift will go to help those who are most vulnerable including orphans, people living with HIV, people with disabilities, and prisoners. It will give them the food and strength they need to survive.
Here are some ideas to get you thinking and consider how to respond to the challenge of hunger in our world.
Sermon notes - this talk outline will help you prepare for a Sunday service, or to give a presentation at your harvest supper.
Small group study - A bible study for use in your regular small groups or for breakout discussions. Even if you can't organise a whole church harvest supper, you can still eat and study together in a home setting.
Print out these placemats to inspire and challenge your guest. Help them to learn about life in Malawi and see how they can help stop the hunger.
Hosting a Harvest Supper
We're here to help you arrange a supper that your guests will enjoy and that will help stop the hunger in Malawi. Here are some ideas to help you host a harvest supper including a recipe from Malawi.