Food Justice

This list includes every page tagged with "Food Justice."

  • From Tapestry of Faith
    A Celtic pagan story from Ireland, told by Erica Helm Meade in her book of wisdom tales, The Moon in the Well (Peru, Illinois: Open Court/...
  • By Mary Wellemeyer
    From WorshipWeb
    In one church it was meals, prepared and frozen to be shared with those in need. Food was handed out at the door, or taken to where it was...
  • By Katie Stein Sather
    From WorshipWeb
    We gather to be together, We gather to celebrate and to support our beloved community We gather to commune in body as well as in spirit...
  • By Gerri Kennedy
    From WorshipWeb
    On a deeper level, do we consider what we are eating and whether its origins are compatible with our personal values? Since the beginning...
  • By Frances Moore Lappé
    From WorshipWeb
    To me democracy is an exciting, living practice, what we do every day. To most democracy doesn’t relate to our daily lives and it sure isn’...
  • By LoraKim Joyner
    From WorshipWeb
    A meat eater comes up to a vegan: “Did you hear about the new study saying vegans are more likely to go blind? I guess it’s because you don...
  • By Alison Wohler
    From WorshipWeb
    ...[H]ow we eat is not an isolated issue. While we would like to think, and often do think, with our independent human personalities, that...
  • By Peggy Clarke
    From WorshipWeb
    Tomatoes are arguably the most consumed fruit or vegetable in our country....28% of Americans eat a meal every day that contains at least...
  • By Duane H. Fickeisen
    From WorshipWeb
    What you choose to eat is important to both parts of how you live out the mission of our congregation—transforming your life and caring for the earth. ...How many of you have heard that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away?” Apples (and other fresh fruits) are healthy foods, and eating them...
  • By Michael Tino
    From WorshipWeb
    ...Our spiritual connection to the food we eat has...been harmed by a modern culture in which over-processed foods are so ubiquitous that...