We have three unique and thriving garden ministries that keep us deeply connected to the land.

1. Farmer Brown’s Garden produces most of our donated food such as lettuce, beets, carrots potatoes squash, tomatoes, and much more.

2. The Children’s Garden is a joint adventure with Washington State University Master Gardener’s Project. It is a garden that hosts many children’s groups teaching topics such as creation care and nutrition to name a few.

3. Grace Garden is a pea patch that hosts twelve small garden plots growing a variety of good food. Participants tithe part of their produce to the community kitchen or their time to help Farmer Brown’s Garden. It is a fun place to learn how to garden and be good stewards of the land.

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