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A church that is reconciling a heighborhood through a community meal.
The Faith-Based Garden website is a project spearheaded by Urban Regional Extension Agent Jerry Chenault, and a vital component of Saving Towns Thru Asset Revitalization (STAR). In keeping with the vision of STAR, this website provides research-based resources designed to …
A place to share inspirational stories about faith communities who have started community gardens and other agricultural work as a way to grow healthy local food, build community, care for the earth and bring justice.
Farm Church is an emerging new church in the Presbyterian Church (USA)… both a setting for mission and an ethos of loving community that will be an attractive alternative for those who struggle to connect with more traditional Christian churches.
A faithful community connecting people to God, food and the land. See more here: http://www.amplifiedchurch.com/single-post/2017/11/14/Farm-Church-A-faithful-community-connecting-people-to-God-food-and-the-land
By Ragan Sutterfield, 2012 In this quiet and patient set of meditations Ragan Sutterfield calls us to return to what is fundamental: healthy soil, tasty food, good work, the fellowship of friends, and faith in God.
By Daniel and Haley Stewart (of the Carrots for Michaelmas blog) are two books of recipes and resources to celebrate the liturgical year and lives of the saints.
First Fruits Farm is a Christian ministry in Maryland dedicated to feeding the hungry with nutritious, fresh-picked fruits and vegetables – and a mission that welcomes all brothers and sisters to experience fellowship, the beauty of God’s creation, and the …
Folk Psalm offers collections of Psalms set to folk and bluegrass music by Charles Pettee. His work includes "The Way of Manna," a collaboration with Old Testament professor Dr. Ellen Davis, celebrating the wonders of God’s green Earth, and exploring …
By Michael Schut, 2010. Readings focus on the enjoyment and spirituality of good food, ways in which eating connects us to the land and to each other, and on the economic, environmental and cultural impacts of daily food choices. Includes …
By Norman Wirzba, 2007. Norman Wirzba combines the tools of ecological, agrarian, cultural, biblical, and theological analyses to draw a picture of eating that cares for creatures and that honors God.
By Wendy Whiteside and Faye Wilson, 2009. This Leader’s guide offers methods for developing healthy relationships with food and a deepening relationship with God.
The Food and Justice issue of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America “Let’s Talk” journal includes theological reflection and resources focused on the Chicago area.
Food Day inspires Americans to change their diets and our food policies, providing an action guide for faith communities.
Food for Life draws on L. Shannon Jung's gifts as theologian, ethicist, pastor, and eater extraordinaire. In this deeply thoughtful but very lively book, he encourages us to see our humdrum habits of eating and drinking as a spiritual practice …
Food Forethought is a four-episode video series, produced in 2013 by Theran Knighton-Fitt. It explores the intersection of food and the Christian faith. Food Forethought invites you to reflect on this relationship, prompting questions like: "should our view of creation …
Food Justice in NYC includes posts from the Food Justice Working Group of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, in partnership with NY Faith and Justice and Faith Leaders for Environmental Justice.
In New York, the Food Justice Working Group of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies offers a Tumblr blog.
United Methodist Women have published Food, Faith and Me, a youth study.
By Gary Fick, 2008. Using scripture and science, a Christian agricultural scientist presents an ethic of farming that promotes good food and a healthy environment.
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More than 200 links and resources at the intersection of Christian faith and sustainable agriculture.