The Church has always concerned itself with the essential matters of life, death, healing…and food. From the feeding of the five thousand, to the Last Supper, and to Paul’s instructions on the just distribution of food in Corinth, questions about food have been central to the Christian life. The JUST FOOD conference at Princeton Theological Seminary convenes church leaders for an essential conversation about food justice, sustainable agriculture, food insecurity, and innovative ways to change the way we relate to food. We hope you’ll be part of this vital gathering, where you’ll see Princeton Seminary’s new ‘Farminary’ project, learn from innovative programs, and nourish both body and soul.
Tour the Farminary:
See firsthand Princeton Seminary’s Farminary – a new initiative that integrates theological education with small-scale sustainable agriculture. Enjoy a tour of the 21-acre farm, an interactive description of the coursework that has taken place at the farm, and Q & A time with Farminary Director Nathan Stucky. Participants will also have the opportunity to begin reflecting on how they might integrate agrarianism and theological education into their home contexts.
Innovative Keynote Speakers:
Richard Joyner, Elaine James,and Fred Bahnson will provide keynote lectures at JUST FOOD. Read more about our speakers and their stories on our website.
Participants will have the opportunity to attend two workshops during the
JUST FOOD Conference.