Come to the Table

Empowering faith communities to support just food systems

Come to the Table

Our Mission

The Come to the Table program’s mission is to empower faith communities to participate in the creation of a just food system through collaboration, capacity building, and advocacy. 

Our Work

Farm and Faith Partnerships Project

Resource Library

Small Grants for Churches

Conferences and Events

School for Food Justice, Faith & Storytelling

See us in Action

CTTT Staff Members & Contact Information

Justine Post, Come to the Table Program Director, [email protected], 989.430.4315
David Allen, Come to the Table Project Manager, [email protected], 984.214.2816
Taylor Sligh, Come to the Table Program Associate, [email protected], 919.545.1547
Jarred White, Farm & Faith Partnerships Project Manager, [email protected], 919.548.4730
Angel Woodrum, Program Coordinator Expanding Farmers Market Access, [email protected], 919.444.5885

Stay in Touch

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Learn More: Recent News

Food Insecurity on the Rise

On October 25, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) released its “Household Food Security” report for 2022, featuring the latest data on food (in)security in the U.S. Chief among its relevant findings for faith communities working to address food insecurity and food access is the sharp uptick in food insecurity from 2021 to 2022.
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Storytelling Insights From SFJFS

Come to the Table’s School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling (SFJFS) kicked off on September 28 with a session entitled, “The Power of Storytelling,” featuring a mini-workshop from New York Times bestselling author Mark Yaconelli.
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Meet the Fall 2023 SFJFS Cohort

For the first time, Come to the Table opened up its food and faith cohort to a national audience of leaders. The cohort features members from 19 states across the country who work at the intersection of food justice and faith, at churches, non-profits, farms, and a host of other great organizations.
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Re-Framing SNAP and Work Requirements

On June 30, Come to the Table partnered with RAFI’s Challenging Corporate Power Program to host a webinar entitled “Food as a Human Right: Re-Framing Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Work Requirements.” The webinar addressed the history of SNAP, how work requirements have been tied to eligibility, and the energy behind the “food as a human right” movement.
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Check out the new issue of our magazine, Living Roots!READ