We run a small home bakery in Lawson, MO, and we care about what you eat. We have five young children and try to provide healthly sustainable food for our household and for the many friends who gather around our table. We are Christians who emphasize the interconnectedness of food and faith, body and spirit, and often live by the maxim, “You are what you eat.” For us, as with most people and cultures across time and space, breaking bread toghether is a fitting act of love and friendship. So it made sense in the fall of 2014 after the completion of our wood-fired oven that we would begin baking bread to share with our friends. With the encouragement of our friends we decided to commit to providing healthy bread made with sustainable ingredients and baking practices on a regular basis. This commitment led to the establishment of Companionship Breads.