The Atlanta Community Food Bank is a typical warehouse with cold, cement floors and the echoing voices of workers who run forklift pallets of macaroni and cheese to assembly lines—all to feed 42,000 people a week through partner nonprofit organizations. In July it was the site of a peacemaking experiment involving teenagers from Epiphany Lutheran Church, Suwanee, Ga.
|While participating in an Atlanta service event in July, Lutheran youth talked and worked with peers from a variety of religious faiths.|
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