From this foundational prayer, we look at three key ideas that form a Triptych present in the Lord’s Prayer which is provision, pardon, and protection. We hope that you feel led to provide a gift of daily bread this Lent to people who are in need. Below you’ll find a web donation form where you can contribute, but read on to learn more about the World Wesleyan Hunger Fund.
This lenten offering is an opportunity for you to provision others. Our World Wesleyan Hunger Fund helps to grow our movement to end hunger by what John Wesley called the “means of grace.” Funds received become matching grants in meal packaging which engages individuals to act and to build new spiritual disciplines. Other grants are made to organizations working to affect change in communities through sustainable efforts to fight the systemic causes of hunger. In 2021, we disbursed over $14,000 in grants.
Ecumenical Staff Officer, The Council of Bishops, The United Methodist Church
It is so good to be reminded of our Wesleyan Heritage and to delve into scripture with that lens. I appreciate the daily opportunity to reflect and pray as a disciple called to social holiness, loving our neighbors sacrificially after the example of Christ.
St. Paul United Methodist, Goldsboro, NC
Three Days in … The genuineness of the reflections and the prayers are invitations to self-empty and to grab the throne chair and yet they’re gentle and so very real.
North Carolina Annual Conference
Thank you for the powerful prayers that were part of this year's [Lent]Triptych. I really felt that I was praying them, not just reading them.
Use this form below to make a lenten offering to the World Wesleyan Hunger Fund. The donations will support our efforts to break the systemic causes of hunger and build a movement to end hunger.