We recently learned of a course taught at California’s Graduate Theological Union in 2014 on the connections between environmental stewardship and social justice, including food security. Professor and pastor Michael A. Smith wrote an article describing the class and its context in an issue of the GTU’s Currents Magazine. He not only describes the academic work, […]
There’s a new network to connect churches who encounter God in the wilderness.
Newly published: A set of resources for faith-based gardens and how they connect to SNAP-Ed’s policy, systems, and environmental change efforts.
The Rev. Bud Tillinghast has released a global map of dinner churches. We added a page to the site to showcase it, and it’s also embedded below. In October 2015, Rev. Tillinghast created the Facebook group called Dinner Church Movement. Two months later he posted the following update: This way of being church together is in […]
This site is hereby declared to be in “beta” mode – announced to a small group of people who are already invested in this conversation. It’s not perfect yet! And, as an incentive for you to help me make it better, I’m announcing a prize. I need your help to review the site and find any […]