Visit

Folks of all backgrounds, faiths and those struggling with faith have been visiting Koinonia Farm from all over the world since our founding in 1942. It’s a peaceful place to rest, a community that’s committed to peace and social justice, and a working farm with animals, gardens, orchards, walking trails, a store and a museum. It’s also the birthplace of Clarence Jordan’s writings, Habitat for Humanity, the Fuller Center for Housing, Jubilee Partners and many other organizations and causes. It’s a Georgia historical site as well.

We welcome guests, whether they wish to drop by for a few hours or spend a few nights. We invite you to experience the rhythm of our day and our life of prayer, work, study, service and fellowship. Several types of lodging are available. Scholarships are available by request – we want anyone to be able to visit. See the ways to visit below.

Lunch
You won’t go away hungry. We strive to grow and share healthy food.
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Self-Guided Visits
We welcome guests any time of the year. This option is perfect if you have your own activities planned or are just looking to stay for a day or two.
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Tour
We’d love to show you around the farm and share the history of our community.
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Specialty Visits
If you’re looking for a more structured visit with the purpose of renewal, service, or education, we offer a number of carefully planned retreats throughout the year.
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Welcome Center
We offer a wide range of goods from our farm and partnering organizations.
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Guided Retreats
From time to time, we host classes, workshops, and guided retreats focusing on specific topics and led sometimes by Koinonia members and sometimes by outside teachers. Check our list of upcoming events!
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