Clean Water and an Opportunity for Young Adults

Pakistan: Relief efforts continue

In the two and half months since rains started generating Pakistan's worst floods, ACT Alliance, a partner of Week of Compassion, has delivered thousands of tons of food, health kits, household goods, and health care to well over 100,000 people. Learn more by clicking here..

An Initiative of Young Adult Disciples: "The Babel Table: from Tower to Table"

This project is aimed at engaging young adults in a church-wide conversation around the issues of "becoming a multicultural and inclusive church." This program will bring together groups of 12-15 Disciples young adults to participate in a hands-on mission and learning experience through a series of work trips to three different Disciples mission centers across the United States. All expenses will be covered.

Applications are now being received, with a November 15 deadline. For more details and to apply, visit

Why People of Faith Should Care about Clean Water

Dirty water kills more people than all forms of violence, including war. What does that have to do with you? Click here for one perspective.

Church World Service Highlights Latin American Churches' Peace and Human Rights Work

The human suffering and displacement of millions of Colombians forced from their homes, their land, and even their country to escape the violence of war has been called the "hidden crisis" because of its near invisibility on the global stage. Read More

This Week's Responses

Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance
Uganda, flood relief

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