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By Tim Chester, 2011. Chester brings to light God’s purposes in the seemingly ordinary act of sharing a meal—how this everyday experience is really an opportunity for grace, community, and mission.
A Moveable Feast is a food truck and chapel ministering primarily with young adults in the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina.
A Rocha US offers resources on sustainable food systems, including a downloadable garden manual: Why Every Church Should Plant a Garden… And How. (Their sister organization, A Rocha Canada, has some great programs including an annual Good Seed Sunday for …
By Kyle T. Kramer, 2011. The story of beginning the Genesis Organic Farm and one man’s attempt to make simple living a reality.
Abundant Grace Dinner Church gathers around the table to worship, creating an inclusive community whose purpose is to form relationships through innovative worship midweek. We gather to witness to the grace of God through scripture and proclamation, the sacraments, prayers …
Episcopal Relief & Development has published the Abundant Life Garden Project for elementary-aged students.
A project of ACES’s Urban Affairs & New Nontraditional Programs, this remarkable online resource provides abundant links to garden guidance and community-transformation-by-garden. From the site: People have known for thousands of years that plants and gardening are physically, mentally, and …
Anathoth Community Garden & Farm in North Carolina is cultivating peace by using good food and regenerative agriculture to connect people with their neighbors, the land, and God.
Animal Crackers is a Sunday school curriculum from Heifer International. This educational resource helps children, youth and adults see themselves as part of the global family and gain a deeper appreciation of the ways in which Heifer helps people, animals …
Asbury Theological Seminary has created a community garden which serves both the seminary and the community.
Austin Heights Baptist Church in Nacogdoches, TX offers an Earth Care Ministry as part of their Missions program which shows films concerning food and faith, serves locally harvested food at the film showings, and sponsors other events at the intersection …
Back to Eden shares the story of one man’s lifelong journey, walking with God and learning how to get back to the simple, productive growing methods of sustainable provision that were given to man in the garden of Eden.
In Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University’s Center for a Liveable Future launched the Baltimore Food and Faith Project. This is an interfaith project which has valuable resources for any congregation, including a toolkit to help congregations move toward better food policies …
By Kevin M. Lowe, 2015. This is a pioneering comprehensive history of the Protestant commitment to rural America in the twentieth century. Includes faith-based soil stewardship program information and much more.
Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries offers in-person and online theological education around issues of food justice and ecological sustainability. Authors/founders Ched Myers, Elaine Enns and friends also work with other community organizations on sustainability issues in California and sponsor a demonstration garden.
Bethlehem Farm is a Catholic community in Appalachia that transforms lives through service with the local community and the teaching of sustainable practices.
The Black Church Food Security Network is an association of congregations, farmers, food advocates, and community activists working together to create an alternative food system in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Blessed Earth, an educational nonprofit that inspires and equips people of faith to become better stewards of the earth, often integrates thinking on food and farming into their larger work of creation care.
Blessed Tomorrow offers a multitude of resources for leaders to get their faith groups involved in creation care. This link goes to their “Serve Local & Seasonal Food” resource.
Blessing the Hands: A Curriculum on Farm Workers for Faith Communities was created by the National Farm Worker Ministry to assist congregations and groups in examining and reflecting on farm worker issues.