And welcome to our new website. We continue to transfer content from our old site so come back often to explore — we're almost 75 years old so there is much to transfer! Explore our site and plan a visit to our community. We are a house of hospitality and we would love to welcome you to the farm.
“Offering welcome is basic to Christian identity and character,” writes scholar Christine Pohl. Koinonia has been extending hospitality to all since 1942.
A big year ahead as Koinonia turns 75. Help us create a walkway to and a prayer garden at Clarence’s Writing Shack to celebrate this momentous occasion.
Prayer is central to our life together here at Koinonia Farm. Submit your prayer request online and know our community will pray for your intentions.
Your help to secure any items on our wish list is most appreciated.
Koinonia Farm will travel in March to Atlanta to participate in Habitat for Humanity National Conference 2017. Drop by our table to say hello.
Registration is now open for this year’s summer camp. Peacebuilders Camp is a residential camp with three one-week sessions — 11 & 12 year olds first week, 12 & 13 year olds second week and 13 & 14 year olds third week. Find out more on the Peacebuilders Camp Website and register online.
The work in the pecan orchards is year round and is always latest news. This picture shows Keith and his helper Judah with the tractor and spraying equipment. With these tools, we spray a special recipe designed to accelerate the decomposition of the biomass left over from the leaf fall. The focus is to return nutrients to the soil. We use no insecticides, pesticides, fungicides or herbicides, but rather focus on increasing the life within the soil, leaves and trees. See how green the grass is and it is wintertime!
Koinonia Turns 75!
As part of the celebration of Koinonia’s 75th Birthday, we want to find 75,000 people willing to donate at least one commemorative brick to be used to build a walkway and a prayer garden. Read more about this project and order your brick today.