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The event crafted for East End United Regional Ministry (EEU) involved bringing together diverse stakeholders to discuss and lend their skill sets to efforts to expand the use of century-old churches as locally responsive community hubs. This included churches across Canada, prospective partners in the social service and cultural sectors, and curious local champions.
This online Lunch & Learn session focused on sharing learnings from the partnership between East End United and the Withrow Park Farmers' Market to help fuel a zero waste movement.
It answered the question, how can more intentional use of kitchen space help faith communities reach their sustainability goals and deepen connections with local changemakers?