A Network Of Black Farmers And Black Churches Delivers Fresh Food From Soil To Sanctuary

by Edie Gross. Faith & Leadership, 5/28/19.


This article shares how Black churches improve food accessibility and community health by starting local gardens.


stories of Black churches addressing food deserts; asset-based community building; racial injustice and food apartheid; links to data and organizations engaging in this work; community empowerment and self-determination; discussion guide

Recommended Audience

congregations interested in gardening and food securit



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About the Contributor

Kate White

Kate was the associate director for resources at the Center for Congregations. She managed educational resources and worked to get the best resources into the hands of congregations.

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