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Trinity Cranford sponsoring walkers for CROP Hunger Walk October 22nd 1:45 PM

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Trinity Episcopal Church, Cranford, NJ Credits: Photo credit: Nancy Noonan, Cranford, NJ
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Trinity Episcopal Church, 119 Forest Avenue, Cranford, will be sponsoring walkers for the CROP Hunger Walk on Sunday October 22, 2017.

The Cranford CROP Hunger Walk will start at 1:45 PM at the Cranford United Methodist Church, 201 Lincoln Ave., Cranford (at the corner of Lincoln and Walnut Aves.). “Hunger is the greatest health risk in the world, killing more than AIDS, Malaria, and TB combined,” said Reverend Andy Kruger, Trinity’s Priest-in-Charge. Globally 795 million people don’t have enough to lead healthy, active lives. The donations to the Cranford CROP Hunger Walk will benefit the both global hunger fighting ministry of Church World Services and Cranford Family Care.

“We invite everyone to support this important cause by becoming a walker or by donating to the CROP Hunger Walk, Father Andy continued. Checks should be made out to ‘CWS/CROP’ and sent to Trinity Episcopal Church, 119 Forest Avenue, Cranford, NJ 07016.

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For More information on the Cranford CROP Hunger Walk, please email mnechuta@verizon.net or call 908-245-1892.

CROP Hunger Walks were started in 1947 by Church World Services to help Midwest farm families share their grain with hungry families in post WWII Europe and Asia. Through the years the focus of CROP Hunger Walks has grown into fighting hunger and malnutrition world-wide. Church World Services was formed in 1946 by 17 denominations. Its mission is: Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, heal the sick, comfort the aged, and shelter the homeless. Church World Services also works to provide safe drinking water to the more than 1 billion who don’t have access to it and supporting communities with emergency relief.  For more information about CROP Hunger Walks or Church World Services, please visit www.cwsglobal.org.

Cranford Family Care was founded in 1936 as a response to the Great Depression. Its philosophy is one of neighbors helping neighbors. It provides short-term, emergency assistance to families living in Cranford. The most common form of assistance is help with rent, mortgage payments and utilities. Assistance can take the forms of monetary contribution or a donation of food from their pantry. Families seeking assistance from Cranford Family Care must prove residency in Cranford and fill out an application. For more information about Cranford Family care, call 908-276-3530

Trinity Episcopal Church, founded in 1872, is a faith-based family that welcomes all people and strives to “know Christ and to make him known through faith, fellowship, and service.” Sunday services, celebrated by Reverend Andy Kruger Trinity’s Priest-in-Charge, are at 8 AM and 10 AM.  In addition, from Monday to Thursday the Daily Offices of Morning and Evening Prayer are led by Father Andy in the Witherington Chapel at 8:30AM and 5:00 PM respectively. For more information about Trinity please call 908-276-4047 or visit http://www.trinitycranford.org/ Trinity also provides Trinity Episcopal Day School (TEDS) for area families. TEDS is a state licensed facility serving children from 2 1/2 years through Kindergarten, providing a nurturing, learning environment which promotes intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual and physical growth. Program options include Full or 1/2 days from 2-5 days a week, extended Hours: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM, and Kindergarten Wrap Around. For more information about TEDS, please call 908-276-2881 or visit http://www.tedscranford.org 

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