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!
Koinonia is a community. is a farm. is a place of service. is a place of peace. is feeding the hungry physically. is feeding the hungry spiritually. invites you to come and see!
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
Koinonia's Current Campaign
What Our Donors Are Saying
Milk Chocolate Pecan Bark
Shelled Pecan Halves
Oat Nut Granola
Koinonia Farm is excited to expand their children’s book selection with the addition of Dreamers by Caldecott Honor artist Yuyi Morales. Dreamers tells the story of Yuyi and her infant son Kelly as they immigrated to the United States and discover the magic of the public library in the midst of their unfamiliar surroundings.
Fall is different at Koinonia. In the fall, we come together in a focused, intentional way. … This time of year, the bakery serves as a constant reminder that we all must work together to sustain the community.
Even just before I started writing this in fact I met one of the members walking across campus and when I greeted her she got got a huge smile on her face like something was funny, but not funny enough to laugh. I asked her what was funny, and she replied, “Nothing. I am just so glad you have arrived and are here,” and I think I am finally starting to hear what it really means.
Meet the Members of the Community
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