The Clifton Lutheran Church and Temple Sinai, both located in Marblehead, are working together in a joint mission entitled The Manna Project – God Feeds God’s People. The project began in September with a pulpit exchange involving both clergy, Pastor Jim Bixby from Clifton Lutheran Church, and Rabbi David Cohen Henriquez from Temple Sinai, and will culminate on March 4 with a food packaging event for local area shelters and groups.

Feeding the hungry and providing food security to those on the periphery of our society is part of the call to justice that is central to the Hebrew and Christian faiths. And in our age of plenty, we believe that no child or person should go without. Your contribution will join us not merely in contributing to ending hunger, but in providing seed money you will empower others in our Marblehead community to take charge as well.

Your generous contribution in purchasing this card will go a long way to helping us raise the needed funds. Every dollar earned in this fundraiser will be turned into a packed and stored meal courtesy of End Hunger New England at our March 4 packing event. The meals will then go to the Lynn Shelter and to the New American Center for refugees in the greater North Shore.

Cost is only $10; you can win multiple times!

Come visit us at the Temple Sinai office and pick up a ticket.

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