A Farmer, a Priest and a Rabbi…A Winter Evening of Food, Farm and Faith.
Food for thought from two different faith traditions and a farmer.
Amy Tisdale from Red Wagon Organic Farm will talk about how farms, farmers and farm workers in Colorado survive the winter and the importance of CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) to local farms.
Rabbi Marc Soloway from Congregation Bonai Shalom will reflect on issues of food justice in the Jewish tradition following a recent rabbinic mission with migrant workers in Florida’s tomato fields.
The Rev. Mary Kate Rejouis from St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church will discuss how exploring our relationship and connections with the food we eat and where it comes from can lead to a deepening of faith and connections with others.
Thursday, January 23rd
Location: Congregation Nevei Kodesh
1925 Glenwood Dr. Boulder, 80304