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In Washington state, Earth Ministry offers faith-based resources for food and farming.
EarthEd by Cindy Coe offers reflections on environmental education from a spiritual basis and includes information about faith-based gardening. Coe is the author of the Episcopal Relief and Development’s Abundant Garden curriculum.
Earthworks Urban Farm is a program of the Capuchin Soup Kitchen, a human service organization of caring people inspired by the spirit of St. Francis and sponsored by the Capuchins of the Province of St. Joseph and concerned benefactors.
Videos on food and faith throughout the church year from the Byzantine Catholic Cultural Center
By Rachel Marie Stone, 2013. Rachel Stone calls us to rediscover joyful eating by receiving food as God's good gift of provision and care for us. She shows us how God intends for us to relate to him and each …
Eat, Pray, Grow is a curriculum developed by Every Voice Network that explores the connections between food, faith, and justice. It is a multi-media curriculum that is designed to help congregations consider the ways in which their experience of food …
Located in an under resourced trailer park in North Fort Myers and a Fresh Expression of Grace UMC, Eat, Pray, Love shares prayer, a meal, and a time of learning about God together. We meet ever Thursday at the Suncoast …
Eater's Guide to the Farm Bill This guide -- created by farmers, food justice advocates, and the Presbyterian Hunger Program -- explains why this legislation is so important to eaters, farmers, the environment, and the economy, and makes the linkage …
An exploration of mindful meal planning using the feasting and fasting rhythms of the Episcopal liturgical calendar - but all faiths and interests welcome.
Eating Mercifully is a short film from the Humane Society of the United States which explores Christian perspectives on factory farming.
Eating Well is a curriculum of the North Carolina Council of Churches featuring 8 lessons with Scripture, prayers, resources and activities for young children through adults.
By Robert J. Karris, 2006. This book describes the unique food theme in the gospel of Luke and documents the social, political, and general contexts in which the food was prepared and eaten in Jesus’ day.
ECHO is an information hub for development practitioners. They gather solutions from around the world that solve hunger problems and distribute that information to their network and teach farmers how to be more effective in their communities.
The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance’s Food for Life Campaign is an international Christian movement to end hunger and create a sustainable food system.
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon offers resources including a faith-based food project organizing guide titled Food Sovereignty for All.
Eighth Day Farm in Michigan “uses our urban acres as a classroom to cultivate healthy and sustainable communities locally and globally.”
ELCA World Hunger's Community Gardens How-To Guide is filled with wisdom harvested by ELCA congregations whose community gardens have become vital parts of their ministry. You’ll find practical tips on logistics, crafting a vision and incorporating your garden into the …
Pope Francis released the Encyclical on Care for our Common Home, which describes our current environmental conditions and a call for Christians to take action.
Located on the grounds of Englewood Baptist Church, ECF is in it's fourth growing season. Our gardens, eggs, orchard, and berry patches are available for the community with no strings attached.
Serving migrant and seasonal farmworkers in the fields, on the farms, and at home. Episcopal Farmworker Ministry responds to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families, and actively supports opportunities for them to …