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The edible church yard

The edible church yard

Claire West talks about the “edible church yard” at St. Mary’s Urban Farm in Manhattanville, New York in this video produced by the Episcopal Church’s Office of Communication.


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This what is meant by the mission of the Church…actions taken on a parish or mission level to provide change for the good of the community! Bravo! This truly speaks to the ‘Marks of Mission’ …far better than actions of committees and bishops!

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