1324 GA Highway 49 South | Americus Georgia 31719

(229) 924-0391  |  info@koinoniafarm.org

Since 1942, people from all backgrounds have been visiting Koinonia (pronounced Coy No Knee Uh) and since the 1950s we’ve been shipping products through our mail order business, which today includes pecans, chocolate, and much more. Learn about our history, our community life and work today, and how you can get involved by visiting, interning, or donating!

Welcome to Koinonia Farm!

Since our founding in 1942, we have welcomed and shared with anyone and everyone regardless of race, religion, no religion, background or anything else that divides people. We are an Intentional Christian community with a rich history — from the Jordans and the Englands founding the farm, to the bullets, bombs, and boycotts of the mid century, to launching the Partnership Housing Movement that became Habitat for Humanity, and the birthing of many, many other projects. Explore our site and plan a visit — we are a house of hospitality with plenty of guest rooms. We would love to welcome you to the farm!

Some of What We Do

Sustainable Farming

Learn about how we use biological management and other sustainable practices to grow food and nurture the soil.

Service to Others

Discover the ways we serve on and off the farm.


Live, work and study alongside our community. Spring, Summer, and Fall terms available.


Read something of our story. It’s a good one.

Sponsorships & Wish Lists

Sponsorships are a way to honor a friend or a loved one while, at the same time, supporting Koinonia’s work on behalf of others.

Retreats and Group Visits

Come as an individual or a group. Choose Koinonia as the location for your alternative spring break, staff meeting or private retreat.

Latest Posts

Kind. Lovely. Real. Rosalynn Carter.
October 29th marked the 54th anniversary of Clarence Jordan’s death. ... I hope he doesn’t mind a tip of the hat from time to time.
Silence is at the heart of every great spiritual tradition. More than 5,000 years old, it isn’t a recent invention.

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The Koinonia community grieves the loss of Mrs. Rosalynn Carter. We treasure every moment we were able to spend with her. She, President Carter, and the whole Carter family have been such good neighbors and friends to Koinonia. Mrs. Carter was a peacemaker who, through her work both close to home and further afield, always embodied “love through service to others.” We pray for her, her family, her friends, the City of Plains, and Sumter County. We grieve with them and yet rejoice in the example she has given to all of us and the world.
President and Mrs. Carter pictured here on a visit to Picnic Hill at Koinonia Farm in 2019 on the 10th anniversary of Millard Fuller’s death.