04 2014

Hope for New York Easter Sacrificial Offering

This Easter as we’re celebrating Christ’s victory over death, we also remember those in our city who are poor or marginalized and in need of hope and healing. The good news of the death and resurrection of Jesus compels us to address brokenness in whatever form we encounter it.
 
That’s why, as we’ve done every Easter for the past 20+ years, we receive our Easter Sacrificial Offering for HFNY, our mercy and justice outreach to the city.
 
100% of the gifts received will be given to Hope for New York affiliate organizations that support various New York City populations including at-risk youth, low-income families, immigrants, the homeless, and the elderly.
 
You can give during the Easter Sunday service, or beforehand by giving online (hfny.org/donate) or sending checks (payable to “Hope for New York”) to Hope for New York, 1359 Broadway, Suite 410, New York, NY, 10018. 
 
In addition, you can also consider making regular generosity to the poor a part of your life with The Hope Exchange, Hope for New York’s committed monthly giving program. You can join at hfny.org/hope-exchange.
 
Please pray that our congregation would be moved to give generously on Easter Sunday, and please also prayerfully consider how you might support Hope for New York’s efforts to serve the poor of our city.



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Articles in this Issue

Acting, Improv and Public Faith
Tim Keller
 
Public Faith and the Practice of Hospitality
Jeff White
 
25 Years of Ministry in NYC — Thanks Be to God!
Cregan Cooke
 
Unexpected Blessing Poured from Your Closets
The Redeemer Diaconate
 
S1NGLE: God’s Gifts, Our Plans
Jessica Hong
 
Hope for New York Easter Sacrificial Offering
 
In the Living Room: Seven Weeks Exploring My Faith and Art
Merrill Lee Girardeau