Weekly Newsletter - May 14, 2015
From Christian Vegetarian Association (CVA)

  1. Activist Feedback
  2. Job Opportunity
  3. The May “Peaceable Table” Is Now Online
  4. This Week’s Sermon from Rev. Frank and Mary Hoffman

1. Activist Feedback

On March 22, at a huge bicycling promotion event, Star Sevadar handed out 500 CVA booklets. Great work, Star!


2. Job Opportunity

Hampton Creek, which makes and distributes vegan substitutes for many animal-foods, such as Just Mayo, Beyond Beef, and Beyond Chicken, is hiring workers to promote Just Mayo at Whole Foods, Costco and other stores. Specifically, the need people in:

AL: Birmingham
AR: Little Rock
AZ: Flagstaff, Prescott, and Sedona
CA: Davis, Folsom, Fresno, Roseville, and Sacramento
CO: Basalt, Fort Collins, and Frisco
DC: Washington
FL: Miami, Sarasota, and Tallahassee
HI: Kahului
IA: Des Moines
ID: Boise
KS: Kansas City
KY: Louisville
MA: Boston, Hadley, and Hyannis
MO: St. Louis
NC: Chapel Hill, Durham
NJ: Cherry Hill, Closter, Marlboro, Montclair, Ridgewood
NV: Reno
NY: New York
OK: Oklahoma City
PA: Philadelphia and Pittsburgh
TN: Chattanooga
TX: Dallas, Houston
UT: Cottonwood Heights, Draper, and Salt Lake City
WA: Seattle
WI: Madison and Milwaukee

For more information, contact

Ruthanna Vandegriff
Relationship Specialist
Hampton Creek
371 10th Street
SF, CA 94103

phone (864) 478-0145
[email protected]
hamptoncreek.com


3. The May “Peaceable Table” Is Now Online

Contents include:

  • The dangers to the earth that concern environmental activists and the abuses of farmed animals by the factory-farm-slaughterhell system are closely linked. Why is it often hard for environmentalists and animal advocates to support each other? The Editor's Corner Essay "Saving the Earth, Saving the Earthlings" discusses the issue, and suggests hopeful possibilities.
  • According to a NewsNote, one of the ways animal agriculture devastates the earth is its destructive effects on biodiversity, as Gene Bauer's new book Living the Farm Sanctuary Life points out.
  • The Pioneer for May is the remarkable artist, photographer, and animal activist Sarah J. Eddy, 1851-1945.
  • Cooks and diners alike will be pleased with the Recipe for Broccoli Fritters, patties which can be either pan-fried or baked.

To access this issue, see http://www.vegetarianfriends.net/issue114.html.

Toward the Peaceable Kingdom,
Gracia Fay Ellwood, Editor


4. This Week’s Sermon from Rev. Frank and Mary Hoffman

Unconditional Love and Mother’s Day


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