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Tikkun Farm's First Farm Dinner

Gather around our farm table for a meal of
fellowship, fundraising and education.
Once a month we host a meal and give you an in depth look
into our mission to partner with God in
healing, repair and restoration.

Introduction to Trauma: What Hurts and Heals
There are many kinds of hurt, and many ways to be healed.

Trauma is a major national health issue, and yet often remains unnamed because it reveals itself through many guises: depression, eating disorders, anger & rage, addiction, auto-immune disorders, just to name a few.

Almost 15 years ago the Center for Disease Control published data from their Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) survey revealing that the gravest and most costly public health concern in the United States was child abuse, one of the major causes of trauma. But trauma can also find us later in life through military deployments, accidents, terrorizing experiences, and abusive relationships.

Trauma happens to us, our friends, our co-workers, our families, and our neighbors. Trauma impacts our live often in ways we do not know. 

This will be the topic of our first gathering. We will explore the complex way trauma affects our bodies and the multi-faceted approach needed to heal it. 

July 1st - 6:30pm Dinner, $75

BBQ Ribs
Corn on the Cob
Caprese Salad
Flourless Chocolate Cake
July 2nd- 9:30am Breakfast, $25  


Asparagus Quiche (with farm eggs)
Caprese Salad
Berries & Whipped Cream
Meals are limited to 20 participants       Click Here to Sign Up.  
Next in the Series 
The Community in the Soil and How it Heals Us

August 26th- 6:30pm, 27th- 9:30am
Labor of Love: The Healing Power of  “Meaningful Work”
September 9th- 6:30pm, 10th- 9:30am
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