Falmouth Jewish Congregation Shows Documentary on Hunger to Recognize National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Month
To highlight the tragedy of hunger here in the United States, the Falmouth Jewish Congregation will be showing a free, public screening of the documentary, “HUNGER IN AMERICA,” at Falmouth Jewish Congregation on November 11.
“Hunger in America” is a powerful and eye-opening documentary tackling the hunger epidemic in America, that will change your whole perception of what hunger looks like. 50 million Americans will go hungry tonight. This is their story. The film is written and directed by Zac Adams and narrated by James Denton.
Date: November 11th
Time: 7:30 P.M. for Shabbat service followed by film and discussion at 8 P.M.
Location: Falmouth Jewish Congregation, 7 Hatchville Rd, East Falmouth.
This event is open to the public without charge; however, everyone is asked to bring a healthy food item as a donation to the Falmouth Service Center.
The night will commence with a shortened Shabbat service at 7:30 P.M. followed by the documentary at 8 P.M. At the conclusion of the film, Brenda Swain, Executive Director of the Falmouth Service Center, will share her insights. “I am looking forward to having a conversation about how we, in our corner of the world, make a real difference day in and day out for those who need us here and throughout the world,” says Swain. Refreshments will be served. Falmouth Jewish Congregation, an inclusive Reform congregation serving the Upper Cape and beyond, is located at 7 Hatchville Road, East Falmouth, MA is welcoming and accessible to all. For further information call 508-540-0602.