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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 Gretel Van Wieren Although the religious and ethical consideration of food and eating is not a new phenomenon, the debate about food and eating today is distinctly different from most of what has preceded it in the history of …
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.
Engaged projects in religion and ecology refers to the activities of community organizations and religious institutions that are inspiring and grounding environmental concerns in practical programs, outreach, and education. These projects generally incorporate religious traditions as part of their environmental …
Freedom Farm Community is a Christian based youth education organization in Mount Hope, New York that teaches sustainable agriculture to youth and helps them understand God’s transformative love for the world.
Garfield Community Farm was founded by the Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, PA and seeks to teach and practice organic gardening in places that have been neglected and abandoned.
George Fox University’s Creation Care work incorporates local purchase of food as well as a community garden. Their associated Seminary offers a certificate in Christian Earthkeeping
Gilead is an "open and affirming, anti-racist, local, organic, slow-church, just peace, free range, real butter Christians...We believe eating is a spiritual practice. Join us for pie and potlucks, communion and community gardening. ”
Chris Levan, minister of College Street United Church, Toronto, holds degrees in theology from Emmanuel College (MDiv) and McGill University (PhD) and is also a writer and educator. He has written eight books, including Give Us This Day: Lenten Reflections …
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.)