College students and youth groups interested in a service visit are welcome. Koinonia Farm has many projects for which we need help: painting, cleaning, pruning fruit trees, for example. There are also many historic sites nearby: President Jimmy Carter Historical Sites in Plains, Andersonville Civil War Prison and POW Museum, the Albany Civil Rights Institute, and others. On your time off, we recommend that you visit some of these./p>
Welcome Center, Koinonia Farm
Lunch You won’t go away hungry. We’re continually working to grow healthy food and share it with others. Lunch is served in our dining hall at noon, Monday through Friday. Tour There is much to see at the farm. Want to know how pecans are harvested? Let us […]
Our Dining Hall, which will accommodate 100 people, is available for rental. Cost is $100 for the first 2 hours and $50 for each additional hour. Guests are responsible for set-up and clean-up. The Reading Room will accommodate 35 people. Koinonia will set up chairs. Rental is $100 for the first 2 hours and $50 for each additional hour.
Come Rest & Renew visits begin on September 6. You may register for three to six nights. Guests who come for a peaceful retreat, have an unscheduled stay with us. You are welcome to join us for worship and community meals, but there are no requirements for you. While you are here with us, you will rest, and we will not schedule any work with us. Helpful Information: Please register at least 1 month in advance. Space is limited. Lunch Monday through Friday provided. You are welcome to attend our daily chapel services and our Sunday Gathered Worship. Due to…
Koinonia Farm Welcome Center
Tour: Monday through Saturday There is much to see at the farm. Want to know how pecans are harvested? Let us walk you through our three pecan plants and explain the process. A favorite stop along the tour is the bakery, especially the chocolate room! Interested in history? You will want to spend some time […]