A September retreat in North Carolina provides a taste of a new food and faith curriculum, community worship, and local foods.
Harvesting Abundance profiles the inspirational efforts of 25 Episcopal congregations, schools, and organizations planting seeds of change in their communities through their food and faith initiatives.
A free retreat (sponsored by Duke Divinity’s Foundations of Christian Leadership) is offered for farm- and dinner-church planters, food ministry leaders, and others at the intersection of food and faith.
A new documentary (January 2017) shares the story of a Trappist’s community’s embrace of a land stewardship initiative, including sustainable agricultural practices.
New Communion is a new interfaith organization with the goal of enhancing community relationships and diminishing the impacts of hunger and food insecurity in Winston-Salem, NC.