posted on May 22
The Reimagining Health Collaborative at Duke Divinity School invites churches and Christian communities to explore the deep interconnections of food, health, and Christian faith.
Food connects us to our bodies, to each other, and to the earth. A whole-person, whole-community approach to food is central to Christian faith. At its best, food is a source of connection, health, and celebration. But too often, food is a source of disconnection, inequality, and shame.
What is God’s vision for the health of our individual bodies? For the health of the body of the church? For how we eat together? How might we come to understand food – how it’s grown, prepared, consumed – differently? How might we reimagine health by reimagining food?
Join us to spend time in thoughtful prayer, discussion, and discernment about how God is calling us to live and eat together in this world and to build new models for engaging food faithfully.
Applications for the 2019 RHC Cohort: Food, Health and the Body are available now! Learn more at www.reimagininghealth.org. Submit applications to DukeTMC@div.duke.edu by July 15th, 2019.