As you and your church break bread and give thanks for what you have this Harvest, please share the story of Nyipock, a hardworking baker from South Sudan.
Nyipock works tirelessly to provide daily bread for his community, to make a living to look after his children. He dreams of opening his own restaurant one day so that he can buy school uniforms for his children and pay for medical treatment if they get sick.
Use our resources to get an authentic taste of South Sudan with recipes, stories, fundraising ideas and an audio-visual resource.
Order Harvest resources
Fundraising ideas and recipes
The Great South Sudanese Bake Off
How to organise a cookery competition as part of a Harvest supper.
Read how to guide
Spinach and peanut butter stew
Discover how to make this tasty stew from South Sudan.
Spinach and chickpea stew
Serve up a warming South Sudanese dish this Harvest.
Download your resources
Harvest appeal leaflet
Find out more about Nyipock the baker who features in our Harvest appeal this year - includes a donation and order resources form. For individual use.
Download the leaflet | Ireland version
Promote your Harvest supper and your Hunger for Justice event in church or at school with one of our A3 double-sided posters.
Set a place and say grace with us during your Harvest supper - print these placemats off for each of your guests.
Download this year's Harvest film and share the story of Nyipock with your church groups.
Download Harvest film
Church magazine article
This ready-made article can be used to share the story of Nyipock and his community in your church magazine.
Download article | Word version
Worship and prayer
Prayers for your service of Harvest thanksgiving. These can be used as a full order of service, or individually as appropriate in your church context.
Download prayers | Welsh version
Challenging Harvest sermon notes on Luke 12: 16-30, Deuteronomy 28 and Psalm 65 (for those using the Creation Time Lectionary, these are the readings for Year A, Week 3).
Download sermon notes | Welsh version