Resources for Homelessness Sunday 27 Jan 2018

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Letter from the Fund for Human Need

On the 27th January this year, it is Homelessness Sunday:

We at FHN (Fund for Human Need) are keen to provide for your ministers and local preachers' information from our perspective.

To this end, Gill Mason, FHN's part-time administrator and fundraiser, has prepared material which could be shared in church services, or meetings on, or around the Homelessness Sunday date.

I am happy to attach these Word and PPT documents for your colleagues' use, assured that our Methodist and ecumenical congregations will be encouraged to know about the work we do on Methodism's behalf. In this we are happy to be partners too with those who work locally, wherever they are, to alleviate the suffering and needs of those who find themselves in unbelievably difficult circumstances.

FHN's film, funded by Methodist Action on Poverty and Justice (MAPJ), is available to view on FHN's website and on: https://vimeo.com/282308832.

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