The Food, Health, and Ecological Well-Being Program equips faith leaders and congregations to become change agents in food security, community health, and resilient food economies. To that end, our continuing education programs focus on a number of interrelated core competencies. Our programs teach faith leaders to:

The Wake Forest University School of Divinity offers concentrations within the Master of Divinity degree designed to equip religious leaders with the knowledge, skills, and pastoral habits necessary to guide congregations and other faith-based organizations into creating more redemptive food systems where God’s shalom becomes visible for a hungry world.

Our continuing education programming also includes the opportunity to audit courses.

Educational opportunities and programs: