Food matters for personal, public, and planetary well-being
Get things off the ground by organizing your leaders, exploring their passions, involving the youth, inviting (and empowering) the clergy to address the topic in worship, and pulling together your first event.
A new kind of potluck, adult field trips, panel discussions and book groups, children's classes, links to resources in your geographical area, and more.
Ideas for making food justice consciousness and practices a part of your congregational identity, once you've whetted their appetite and they've tried a couple side dishes.
So your congregation has enjoyed a variety of appetizers and main courses? Your folks are grounded in the empirical data and moral theory, and understand how food justice relates to their faith? You might be ready for desserts like these.
Like the best chefs, setting aside recipes to depend on the strengths of your own kitchen and cooking crew.