About the Blog:

In January 2013, Trinity received a Domestic Hunger Grant from ELCA World Hunger.  I hope this blog will help me (and occasional guests) share the story of what can happen After the Harvest. Other musings about table fellowship will be blogged here as well.

I reviewed several movies about food in 2013 & 2014.  In 2015 I began writing reflections on all kinds of films, focusing on what they can add to discussions about faith and the church.

About Pastor Meggan Manlove:

I grew up in the Black Hills of South Dakota and spent many summer days paddling and portaging canoes in the Northwoods of Wisconsin and Minnesota.  I graduated from Concordia College, Moorhead, MN and worked at Camp Christikon in Montana during the summers.  I spent a year in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Syracuse, NY working at a Catholic Charities neighborhood center.  I graduated from the University of Chicago Divinity School and was ordained in 2004.  I served a congregation in rural Iowa for six years and moved to Nampa, ID in 2010 to serve as pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church.


3 Responses to About

  1. Kay Foust says:

    This is wonderful, Meggan. Pastor Chuck would be/is so proud. He lead classes using crockpots to help people utilize food from The Storehouse. Hunger, as I’m sure you already know is a passion of his that he instilled in the Social Ministry Team at CLF. Good luck on the grant. How can they say no! Kay F – Black Hills

  2. Jason says:

    Meagan – while you interned at EWU I did not treat you well and lost a friendship. I don’t expect you to forgive me but I am sorry. I could make make excuses that I was young and deeply insecure but none of that matters. I was out of line and should have known better. I am sorry.

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