Episode 6: The End of Charitable Food

“I want you churches,” the city councillor declared, “to put us on notice that you’re not going to offer charitable food anymore.”

For many in the room, this challenge was a shock to the system. But for those of us rethinking the food ministries at Vancouver’s Christ Church Cathedral, it added much-needed fuel to the fire. This was the kind of change we were seeking to bring about, we didn’t yet know how to get there.

In this episode, Andrew Stephens-Rennie reflects on the process of transformation that started to lead the Cathedral’s food ministries beyond charity towards justice.

Show Links:

Beyond Housing to Homefulness Symposium: https://empireremixed.com.azwawtg5j2-jqp3vl7gy450.p.temp-site.link.azwawtg5j2-jqp3vl7gy450.p.temp-site.link/homefulness
Empire Remixed: https://empireremixed.com.azwawtg5j2-jqp3vl7gy450.p.temp-site.link.azwawtg5j2-jqp3vl7gy450.p.temp-site.link
Sorrento Centre: https://www.sorrentocentre.ca

A Sort of Homecoming: https://www.amazon.ca/Sort-Homecoming-Honoring-Academic-Community/dp/1532683553
Maundy Cafe Website: https://www.thecathedral.ca/maundycafe

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Andrew Stephens-Rennie
Andrew is a writer, dreamer and organizer with a keen interest in developing leaders in faith, compassion and justice.

He currently serves as the Director of Missional Renewal for the Anglican Diocese of Kootenay on the unceded territories of the Sinixt, Syilx, and Ktunaxa nations. He previously served as the Director of Ministry Innovation at Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver, BC.

Andrew is cofounder and contributing editor at www.empireremixed.com, and co-editor of "A Sort of Homecoming: Essays Honoring the Academic and Community Work of Brian Walsh" with Marcia Boniferro and Amanda Jagt.
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