On Nov. 5, most of the congregation of First Christian Reformed Church, Port Alberni, British Columbia, dressed in orange for the collection of the Peter Fish banks for World Hunger Sunday. For more than a generation, Christian Reformed kids (and adults) have used the Peter Fish banks, first introduced by the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee, to help focus their prayers and offerings during World Hunger month each fall.
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