What we do

Kinship Farm Introduction

We're a non-profit at work in the areas of spirituality, relationships, and the environment (SRE). We're not a religious organization in that we don't exist to promote a particular "brand" of spirituality or to initiate our own religious events. We do exist to support others and we accomplish most of our work through partnering with people and organizations who are at work in at least two out of our three SRE focus areas. That means some of our partners are secular and some are not.

We're an educational organization and inherently love new ideas, so what we do isn't entirely defined by what we've done before. To see what we've done and are doing, visit our projects page. To discover what more we can do, please bring us your ideas. We'd love to explore the possibilities of collaborating with you and/or your organization.

If you have ideas about how we can fulfill our mission and purpose by doing things like:

  • Researching and demonstrating concepts and best practices within our SRE focus areas;
  • Bringing together interfaith and ecumenical leaders and individuals for theological conversations and practices that connect people with God, each other, and the environment;
  • Sharing and collaborating with us and others on relationally or environmentally-focused projects such as conflict transformation, community building, ecology, and food security;
  • Cultivating collaboration between neighbors and organizations such as farmers, landowners, artists, philanthropists, and others;
  • Educating youth and others in the areas of SRE;
  • Hosting events and gatherings in support of those working in at least two out of three of our SRE focus areas;
  • Or anything else we haven't thought of yet...

... all while intentionally recognizing, bringing out, and embodying spiritual qualities such as love, kindness, goodness, joy* and so much more...

We'd love to hear from you! What we can do together will inevitably be more than what we can accomplish alone.

"...the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control." (Galatians 5:22-23)