Picture: Tony Barker, Believe in Hull

Feeding 5,000 in Hull

We supported Feeding 5,000: an every day miracle. The re-creation of the famous Bible story Jesus Feeds the 5,000 turned into a massive picnic in Hull's Queen's Gardens.

The event was based on the famous Bible story where Jesus fed a crowd of 5,000 people with just five loaves and two fish. As well as fish in a bread roll, 5,000 people were also given a re-telling of the story, from Bible Society, as a cartoon by the Beano's Kev Sutherland.

A partnership of 90 churches, called Believe in Hull, organised the event which was supported by Bible Society.

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