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

Come to the Table 2024 Small Grant Awardees

With support from the Duke Endowment, Come to the Table has provided small grants to empower rural United Methodist Churches to spearhead transformative food initiatives since 2020. Meet this year’s grantees.
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2024 Come to the Table Conference and Events

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE The Come to the Table Conference is hosted by the Come to the Table Program of RAFI. Under the leadership direction of Executive Director Edna Rodriguez, RAFI challenges the root causes of unjust food systems, supporting and advocating for economically, racially, and ecologically just farm communities. The mission of the Come to […]
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Register Now For Come to the Table’s 2024 Regional Events

The Come to the Table program is partnering with Dr. Fatimah Salleh, Executive Director of Curanopy, to bring events to three North Carolina locations — Canton, Hillsborough, and Greenville. Each event will tackle the power of listening and sharing stories as a sacred practice for faith communities by both practicing storytelling exercises and employing participants with the skills, resources, and experience to empower their own communities.
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