Annual Famine Event for High School Youth – helps local & world hunger

Our 24-Hour Famine for high school youth has been a long and successful ministry in our church and community.  Since 2005, this event has raised a minimum of $1000 per year, and some years has raised as much as $6,000 to fight hunger.  The event is aimed at bringing awareness and understanding to the issue of local and world hunger, as well as the importance of hands-on local and world community service.  Since 2005, the event has benefited a number of organizations and individuals, including World Vision, The United Church of Christ (Global Ministries), Plymouth Community Food Pantry, Eli Terry Retirement Community, and local families in need.

Our 2015 Famine event was held October 30-31, 2015. Thank you to everyone who helped & participated! The 2015 Famine raised $2,300 and 50 lbs of non-perishable food donations for our local Plymouth Community Food Pantry. 

The 2016 Famine was held Saturday, October 29. We collected 87 lbs. of food and raised $2526 for our local Plymouth Community Food Pantry. Thank you everyone! 




We did not have a famine event in 2017 because we decided to have a fundraiser for the CT Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.  In 2018, we did a fundraiser for Smilow Cancer Center.  Be on the lookout for future famine events!

In the meantime, our church supports our local food pantry through weekly food collections.  We also partner with Terryville High School and participate in their annual Harvest Pack event.  Join us!