The Works of Mercy
Feed the Hungry

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink.” Mt 25:35
This month we would like to focus on the corporal work of mercy “Feeding the hungry”. In many cities, this corporal work of mercy is realized through various offers. In some cities the teams invite poor and homeless, who come to Nightfever, to eat along with them at the Nightfever buffet or they bring them out a little to eat, such as in Cologne.

The parish of the church, in which Nightfever may take place in London, also provides a nice offer – aided by members of the London Nightfever team. Twice a week, they offer homeless people a meal in the premises of the parish. Numerous similar offers exist in many communities and towns. We invite you to consider together with your team, whether this is not also a way for you to care for your fellow humans and to feed the hungry. We look forward to examples and initiatives from your cities.

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink.” Mt 25:35
This month we would like to focus on the corporal work of mercy “Feeding the hungry”. In many cities, this corporal work of mercy is realized through various offers. In some cities the teams invite poor and homeless, who come to Nightfever, to eat along with them at the Nightfever buffet or they bring them out a little to eat, such as in Cologne.

The parish of the church, in which Nightfever may take place in London, also provides a nice offer – aided by members of the London Nightfever team. Twice a week, they offer homeless people a meal in the premises of the parish. Numerous similar offers exist in many communities and towns. We invite you to consider together with your team, whether this is not also a way for you to care for your fellow humans and to feed the hungry. We look forward to examples and initiatives from your cities.

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