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.
For those who would like to combine a visit with work on the farm, it is time to make your reservations and travel plans. We may assign you to the bakery, to one of our three pecan plants or send you to enjoy one of our beautiful pecan orchards.
Koinonia’s main off-the-farm spokespersons head out again in November. Amanda Moore travels to the Habitat for Humanity Ohio Conference and the Habitat for Humanity Indiana Conference. Bren Dubay visits Boston College, Boston University and Brandeis University. If you are in the area, let them hear from you here. Perhaps they can stop by for a visit or you can visit them. We are always happy to see friends of Koinonia as we travel.
Angela, Bindawa, Jessica, Keith, Lisa, Mark and Sara arrived in August to spend a year with us. These seven wonderful people are interns in our August to August internship and we have fallen in love with everyone of them.
We are now reviewing applications for the January to January internship. Those accepted would spend six months with the sensational seven as they finish out the last six months of their internship. Apply online here.