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GMO OMG follows director and concerned father Jeremy Seifert as he seeks answers to important questions: How do GMOs affect our children, the health of our planet, and our freedom of choice?
Based in Washington State, MSA is home to an international consortium, or hub, for contemplative-activists. It has two residential educational programs, one urban, the other rural. Its mission? “Unleashing the creative potential of ordinary people in community.”
Church of the Brethren’s peace ministries include Going to the Garden which seeks to address issues of food insecurity and hunger at local levels by providing micro-grants to congregations that allow them to create or supplement a community garden
By Jennifer R. Ayres, 2013. Good Food is a practical theology grounded in a rich ethnographic study of the food practices of diverse faith communities and populations. In the midst of the food system's woundedness and harm, they are hopeful …
THE VISION OF GOOD WORKS is to create and sustain a COMMUNITY OF HOPE with and for people who are struggling with poverty and homelessness in rural Appalachia. Two programs with agriculture focus include The Hallowed Ground Agricultural Internship and …
Goodness Grows is a faith-based organization seeking community transformation through agriculture that gives life in Ohio.
Grace Seeds Ministry cultivates community while weeding out hunger, connecting partners to grow for food pantries in greater Chicago, and providing resources for liturgy and spiritual growth.
An addition to the Graces: God is great, God is good. Lord, we thank thee for our food. By Thy goodness all are fed; Lord give us our daily bread. Amen. (That's the one I learned growing up.)
Grailville is owned by The Grail, an international movement of women, called by our spiritual values, envisioning a world of peace, justice and renewal of the earth, brought about by women working together as catalysts for change. As a member …
The Green Good News works with churches, schools, and community organizations to integrate sustainable living and Christian discipleship. Grounded in initiatives in Central Kentucky, it also seeks to work with other congregations and communities with an emphasis on education.
GreenFaith offers resources for Food and Faith, including a downloadable sustainable food guide for religious institutions called Repairing Eden.
Grit City Church, located in Tacoma, Washington, is a gathering of people who meet in the style of dinner church. They gather in the belief that "by sharing a meal with our new neighbors, we also create a space where …
By Brian Sellers-Peterson, 2017. Many congregations, schools, and organizations are reaching out into their neighborhoods to share God's story of abundance by establishing community gardens, beehive colonies, and other agricultural initiatives. They are creatively using their land and property; providing …
Healing Hands International is a Christian organization that offers multiple sustainable agriculture workshops. They teach composting, basic gardening, and irrigation techniques to home gardeners, missionaries, and church leaders.
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.
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