1324 GA Highway 49 South | Americus Georgia 31719

(229) 924-0391  |  info@koinoniafarm.org

Service To Others

Feed the Hungry … and Koinonia Farm works to do that both physically and spiritually. Our three main ministries are hospitality, an internship program and demonstrating sustainable farming practices. We serve off the farm as well. Some of our outreach is weekly, some monthly, some short term and some long term.

Out of our life together comes service to others. We invite you to read about the work being done. Please know we appreciate your prayers and support. 

Koinonia Guest Room with two beds


At Koinonia, hospitality has been a part of our lives since our founding. It is the one ministry that has never changed. No matter the ups and downs, we have always welcomed everyone.

Internship Program

Adults of all ages are invited to apply for three months of living and working alongside the community of Koinonia Farm. We have three terms each year -- Spring, Summer, and Fall.
Green Grape Vines

Sustainable Farming

We are committed to feeding the hungry physically and spiritually and we take our stewardship of the earth seriously. We work to grow healthy food in healthy soil.
Circle of Friends group photo

Circle of Friends

We invite elders from Americus, Plains, throughout Sumter County to join the Circle of Friends. They meet regularly for fellowship, field trips, educational programs and even exercise and entertainment.
Banners hanging behind a pulpit that read Love, Joy, Peace

Community Services Ministry

Koinonia members, interns and sometimes our guests rotate with others from the area opening the office, greeting people, answering the phone, doing intake, and by offering friendship.
Screened in porch and furniture at the Fuller House

Courses & Retreats

Learning in the peaceful and beautiful setting of Koinonia Farm is a memorable time for all who participate.
Food Pantry Shelves filled with food/canned goods

Harvest of Hope

Harvest is an all-volunteer food pantry serving the poor and hungry in Americus. Once a week, Koinonia members, interns and sometimes our guests help at the pantry.

Hospitality Beyond Borders

We regularly visit Stewart Detention Center, provide and deliver backpacks with a change of clothes for those being deported and correspond with prisoners from across the United States.

Peace & Reconciliation

Whether through hosting an interfaith dialogue, teaching about Fair Trade, participating in peace efforts in Palestine and Israel, Koinonia continues to do what we can to work for peace.
Koinonia Community Members group photo in the chapel

Responding to the Needs and Challenges of the Times

Life events happen and our community members, both individually and collectively, respond in large and small, unnoticed and public ways. We do our best to do what good neighbors and friends do — be present.

Sowing Seeds

Koinonia has been a catalyst for the transformation of countless individuals and the creation of many organizations. It is not something we plan, but it happens here.