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Heartland Farm, a ministry of the Dominican Sisters of Peace, is a Christian community committed to working for the healing and care of the Earth and its inhabitants.
In the period between 1200 and 1500 in western Europe, a number of religious women gained widespread veneration and even canonization as saints for their extraordinary devotion to the Christian eucharist, supernatural multiplications of food and drink, and miracles of …
An Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF), webinar, “Homegrown Communion: Faith, Land, and Neighbor” highlights the work of Sarah Nolan, ECF 2012 fellow, and of Abundant Table, a church plant and farm in California, part of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles. …
Founded by Episcopal priest Elizabeth DeRuff, the farm includes a "Farm to Altar Table" project as well as educational offerings connecting food, health, and faith.
Hope CSA is a Clergy Sustaining Agriculture program whose mission is “to provide a ministry of continuing education and vocational renewal to clergy and other church leaders, using the resources of the Christian faith and of Creation in the context …
Hope Gateway is a church that gathers on both Sunday mornings and Sunday evenings. Sunday evenings are in the style of Dinner Worship. "Come eat, pray, talk, and sing with us! Everyone's invited to worship around the table, sharing food …
Andrew Francis is a writer, community theologian, and former executive vice-chair of the UK Mennonite Trust. He is a published poet and the author of Hospitality and Community After Christendom (2012) and What in God’s Name Are You Eating? How …
By Hal Taussig, 2009. This book sheds new light on the social context of early Christian gatherings, illuminating the origins of the Eucharist and of Christianity itself. Taussig draws important implications for the practice of Christian communities today.
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy has published Faith and Food: Action Strategies for Healthy Eating, available as a free download.
The Interfaith Sustainable Food Collaborative offers programs and minigrants for food and faith initiatives in Northern California.
Intersection of Change (Formerly Newborn Holistic Ministries) is dedicated to providing programs that enrich the economic, social, and spiritual lives of those dealing with poverty related issues in Sandtown-Winchester and surrounding communities.
Jerusalem Farm in Kansas City, MO is a Catholic intentional community that strives to be in right relationship with the earth and values simplicity. They create intentional community through community meal nights and value local produce.
By John J. Thompson, 2015. This book explores the parallels of the trends in our culture with an organic faith that could reenergize the church and bring people into an experience of Christ.
Just Eating is a seven-session curriculum from the Presbyterian Hunger Program which comes in multiple versions appropriate for adults, high schoolers, middle schoolers and African-American congregations.
Just Gleanings offers reflections on food security, agriculture sustainability, wholesome local and seasonal eating from a faith perspective.
By Ricci Kilmer, 2010. A collection of personal reflections and practical ideas to help us redeem food in multiple areas.
The JustLiving Farm is located in the Yakama Valley of the Yakama Nation. Our farm work is based in Landscape Theology—perhaps not surprising when you learn one of us is a social worker and the other is a pastor. We …
Accessible spiritual narratives of the meal as Communion, plus recipes, by a well-known blogger, widely-travelled musician, and retreat leader.