FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2017, 9:00 AM-12:30 PM

The day after Thanksgiving,
feed your soul.


Join us as we come together in the spirit of Jesus to worship and pack one million
Meals of Hope
for the hungry.

On November 24, instead of filling shopping bags full of stuff, fill your heart with joy and satisfaction.

First, we’ll celebrate God’s grace and love. With readings. Prayers. Testimonies of thanks. And glorious music, including performances by:

»  Duquesne University Alumni, Students, and Friends

Duquesne University choir

»  Rev. Toni Turner and Rev. John A. Cannon III

Rev. Toni Turner and Rev. John A. Cannon III

»  The Heritage Gospel Chorale of Pittsburgh

youth choir

All faiths and ages welcome.

Then we’ll pack one million tasty and nutritious Meals of Hope for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. We hear it will be a record. We know it will be a lot of fun—all while providing real help for people in need.

Meals of Hope is a national organization whose mission is to bring communities together to end hunger. Read more about this terrific organization.


Schedule of Events

November 24, 2017

David L. Lawrence Convention Center

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Doors Open and Check-In | West Lobby

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM

All Faith Worship Service | Ballroom

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Meals of Hope Packing Event | Halls D & E

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How Amen to Action got its start.

2016-2017 marked a year of milestones: the 200th Birthday of the City of Pittsburgh, the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, the 50th Anniversary of the Founding of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement, and the 50th Anniversary of the Closing of the Second Vatican Council.

As a result, a group of Pittsburgh church leaders and lay men and women contemplated the confluence of these events and began a series of prayer meetings to discern a vision for a major city-wide happening celebrating local reconciliation and unity in the Body of Christ.

Our shared goal developed to connect people of all faiths, creating a platform of unity and amassing spiritual capital more powerful than “all the coal in the hills and steel in the mills…that Pittsburgh will become a spiritual power plant for the rest of the world.”

Special thanks to our sponsors and supporters.

  • Bishop David Zubik
    Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh
  • Dr. Rockwell Dillaman, Lead Pastor
    Allegheny Center Alliance Church (ACAC)
  • Pastor Zanetta L. Wingfield
    St. John Bible Center, Lawrence, PA
  • William D. Thompkins
    The Pittsburgh Project
  • Julie Van Gorp and Jamie Shaver
    True View Ministries, Inc.
  • John Henne
    Henne Jewelers
  • Reverend David Poecking
    Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
  • Nancy Lee Cochran
    Cochran and Associates
  • The Rt. Rev. James Hobby
    Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh
  • Andy Lesnefsky
    Dirty Vagabond Ministries
  • Messianic Rabbi Jeff Kipp
    Congregation Yeshua Ben David
  • Thomas W. Mangan
    People of God Community
  • Thomas Kneier
    Saint Joseph’s House of Hospitality
  • Cynthia Scott
    Pray Pittsburgh
  • Dr. Brad Henderson
    Pittsburgh Kids Foundation
  • Craig J. Cozza
    Pro Bike and Run
  • The Rev. Brian A. Evans, Senior Pastor
    First Lutheran Church, Pittsburgh
  • Rev. Dr. Brenda J. Gregg
    Destiny of Faith, Inc.
  • Bishop Dorsey W. M. McConnell
    Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh
  • Pastor Dave Swanson
    Pittsburgh Mennonite Church
  • Southwestern PA Synod
    Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
  • Milo C. Milburn, Senior Coordinator
    People of God Community
  • Reverend Thomas R. Miller
    Saint Joseph Parish, O’Hara Township
  • Andrew and Lori Stuart
    Shoresh David Congregation
  • Lisa Pratt Slayton
    Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation
  • Rev. Jim Snyder, Director
    Pittsburgh Prayer Network
  • Denny Pattyn
    Blurred Lines
  • Father David Taylor
    Saint Charles Lwanga Parish, East End
    Saint James Parish, Wilkinsburg
  • David Dames
    People of God Community; Saint Teresa Avila Parish
  • Deacon Tom Lopus
    Saints John and Paul Catholic Church
  • Toni Turner
    GRACISM Task Force
  • Karen Plavan
    The Oasis Recovery Center and CLEAR
  • Dorrie Donahue
    Totus Tuus Community of Secular Consecrated Women
  • The Rev. Michael D. Wurschmidt
    Shepherd’s Heart Fellowship and Shepherd’s Heart Veteran’s Home
  • Patrick Molyneaux
    Molyneaux Tile Carpet and Wood
  • Pastor Chris Palmer
    Victory Family Church
  • The Rev. Dr. Eric Taylor
    Saint Philip’s Church
  • Jerry Churray
    People of God Community
  • Vince Burens
    CCO (Coalition for Christian Outreach)
  • Philip Spina
    Family Guidance
  • Craig Schweiger
    Light of Life Ministries
  • Father Steve Neff
    Saint Catherine of Sweden Parish
  • Rev. Dr. D. Dean Weaver
    Memorial Park Evangelical Presbyterian Church
  • Father Joseph Mele
    Secretariat for Leadership Development and Evangelization
  • Pastor Lee and Linda Kricher
    Amplify Church
  • Tom Hall
    First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh
  • Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania
  • Reformed Baptist Church of Pittsburgh
  • The Ark and the Dove Worldwide
  • Byzantine Catholic Archdiocese
  • Pittsburgh Christian Events


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2017, 9:00 AM-12:30 PM

Join us as we come together in the spirit of Jesus to worship & pack one million Meals of Hope for the hungry.

Questions? Contact Us

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