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The Earth Stewards Committee of the Episcopal Church in Vermont describes this resource, "This short brochure is grounded in the Baptismal Covenant and focuses on the practicalities of using our weekly coffee hour to teach and model earth-friendly practices, commitment …
Fr. John A. Peck, a scholar-priest in the Orthodox Church of America, posts on preaching, teaching, practical missiology, and the uses of new media in Gospel outreach and evangelism. He also posts on small-parish “permaculture.”
The Prayerful Kitchen ("Reflections on Where Belly and Spirit Meet") is a deeply personal, journal-like blog, kept by an Episcopal priest, filled with ruminative, anthropological takes on the diverse stories, food, people, and places of the Southeastern United States.
Back when many of our grandparents and great-grandparents still worked on farms and ranches, an association now called Catholic Rural Life published The Rural Life Prayerbook (1956) to provide them spiritual support. TAN Books now offers a new edition, with …
Thirty-four renowned and adventurous writers open their fields, their kitchens, their tables, and their recipe files to illustrate the many unexpected ways that food draws us closer to beauty, to justice, to Christian community, and to God...In a time of …
By Robert Farrar Capon. In this book, an Episcopal priest reflects on home cooking and walks readers through the preparation of an intimate dinner party. A classic originally published in 1969 and republished in 2002.
The Table is a unique movement of missional communities in multiple Denver neighborhoods. We express our values in our work in urban farming, in our neighborhoods through community meals, and lively conversation in multiple venues. We aim to help people …
We live and work at the intersection of food and faith, growing food in our neighbors' yards while also gathering community around the table to grow into a family of faith.
The United Church of Canada developed “Toward Food Sovereignty for All” which gives theological reflections and alternatives to our current food system.
The United Church of Christ offers information on Food & Farming as part of their Environmental Justice Ministries.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has published For I Was Hungry And You Gave Me Food: Catholic Reflections On Food, Farmers, And Farmworkers. This document develops the Catholic social teaching on agriculture.
The University of the South’s Beecken Center is hosting the gathering of a new Episcopal Faith/Farm/Food Network and partnering with the co-founders to develop the network.
Third Street Dinner Church aims to "honor the tradition from which the church started." They gather each Sunday evening "as one family in Christ and prepare to worship and partake together – as a community."
Tierra Nueva provides a positive employment experience and Christian counseling for marginalized people, including migrant farm workers. Their vegetables and coffee are sold to local congregations in Washington.
To Garden with God by Christine Sine compiles twenty years of gardening experience and advice for backyard gardening interspersed with deep spiritual lessons to be learned from God’s good creation.
By Lisa Graham McMinn, Brazos, 2015. An Oregon farmer (Fern Creek CSA), Quaker, beekeeper, and member of the Godspace writers’ collective, Professor McMinn teaches sociology and is writer-in-residence at George Fox University. She writes and speaks about gender and sexuality, …
Tuscon Christian Youth Farm provides young people with a faith-based farm and garden experience that will cultivate confidence, compassion, creativity, and a strong sense of community.
Union Theological Seminary operates the Edible Churchyard, which seeks to connect food and faith through training theologians, colleagues, and friends in the practical arts of Earth-honoring faith, justice, and community in a garden.
By Sarah Withnow King, Zondervan, 2016. "Animal stewardship is a necessary aspect of a holistic ethic of Christian peace and justice. Indeed, care for animal welfare correspondingly strengthens our care for environmental and human flourishing. Practical, restrained in its conclusions, …