In the 1960s, during the height of the Civil Rights Movement, scores of Civil Rights workers came to Koinonia to find respite. Refreshed, they would then return to the field. People are still coming to drink of the waters and find refreshment here. Pastors, writers, artists, workers of today’s movements, these visits are for all who labor and need a time for rest and renewal. You are welcome to join the community for worship and some communal meals, but we won’t allow you to work with us. You are here to rest!
- Your stay may range from one night up to two weeks.
- This stay is a time for rest and renewal. Participants perform no farm work assignments.
- You are welcome to attend our daily chapel services and our Gathered Worship on Sundays.
- Lunch Monday through Friday and dinner Tuesday through Thursday provided.
- There is a potluck meal as part of our Gathered Worship on Sundays. You are welcome to join us.
- You are welcome to use our library.
- From time to time, we meet for informal activities such as discussions, singing, classes, etc. These are announced usually at meal times. You are welcome to attend, if interested.
- You may want to schedule visits to other sites in the area during your stay — Habitat for Humanity’s Global Village, Café Campesino Fair Trade Roastery, Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Farm, Providence Canyon, Andersonville National Historic Site, Albany Civil Rights Museum and more.
- Due to strong demand and limited housing, we require a non-refundable deposit of $65 per guestroom, $30 per RV or camper, and $10 per tent site. Your lodging is reserved when we receive your deposit.
- The suggested donation varies based on the length of stay and, if it applies, the size of your group. Please call or email us for a quote. You may make the donation upon your departure by cash, check, or card.