Koinonia Garden

 Koinonia Garden

 “Where Spirituality Meets Gardening”

Check out the Koinonia Garden behind the church office and see how it has grown! This is a community garden located behind the church office where individuals will be able to plant and care for small plots of land.

Community gardens turn empty lots and open spaces into green areas for growing fresh produce and plants. Community gardens encourage understanding and awareness of the environment around us, while rewarding the gardeners with home grown fruits, vegetables and other crops.  

Koinonia Garden is comprised of manageable sized garden plots that are joint projects created by members of the community and cared for by individuals. As such they also encourage opportunities for social gatherings, beautification and education.

With limited space, plots are assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.  There is a small annual plot fee.  You will find radishes, onions, lettuce, beets, tomatoes, beans, peas, pumpkins, cucumbers, squash, herbs and other vegetables.

Already, several salads have been created and enjoyed.  There is work to be done. And if you have garbage that can be composted, please bring it to the church’s compost heap.

Questions regarding what can be accepted for compost or how to become part of Koinonia Garden  need to be directed towards Pastor John Griffin.