Is biblical food about to be trendy? Washington Post Magazine profiles the chef behind Manna, the restaurant at the Museum of the Bible. The first tasks for Chef Todd Gray and his wife, Ellen Kassoff, were to figure out just what manna is and how to procure it.
United Church of Christ’s The Pollinator, an environmental justice blog, has an interview with the pastor of a new farm church, Sarah Horton-Cambell. Cambell serves Common Life Church & Farm in Saxapahaw, North Carolina.
In March, Catholic Rural Life hosted the Noble Vocation: Integrating Food, Faith, and the Environment conference at University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. The participants focused on conversation on the vocation of an agricultural leader. For the conference program, Archbishop Bernard Hebda’s opening address, and videos of the presentations, visit Catholic Rural Life. […]
Food policy power house Civil Eats profiles Black Church Food Security Network, focusing on how the Baltimore-based coalition is addressing “food apartheid“: “We feel that apolitical and ‘color-blind’ approaches to addressing food inequity fly in the face of the statistics, which clearly show that Black people are disproportionately impacted in a negative way by food […]
A family in Canterbury, Connecticut has set up a GoFundMe page for what they’re calling Faith Ponds Farm, where they hope to start a farm-based ministry. The goal is $300,000, of which they’ve raised $1,175 so far. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org