Our Community Supported Agriculture
in The Gardens at Council Tree
What it is:
Our Community Supported Agriculture is our chance to reach out into the community and beyond the walls of the church. It includes a garden and soon to be orchard where we grow produce to share with those in need in our community.
We work alongside neighbors, partnering organizations, and the families we serve, to share fresh produce and have a common ground to come around together!
- your household needs to qualify financially, and
- you need to work once a month in our gardens during the growing season OR pay for your produce at a reduced rate
Whether you share our same beliefs or not, we want to have you, people from all walks of life, serving, leading, and receiving in our work!
How to Help:
It takes many moving parts for a project and ministry like this to come together, and we can’t do it without your help. Click the Get Involved link below to see how to connect, donate, work in partnership, or get in the mud with us! – There are more ways to connect than just gardening, and we need a whole community to truly benefit the community!
Garden Off-Season Outreach
We have scheduled another time to provide fresh produce for our garden families during this off season. It’s a great way to be able to stay in contact with our garden families during the winter months and provide them with healthy produce throughout the year.
We have created a Sign-Up Genius site where you can sign up to bring some produce for the boxes. We need lots of people to bring fresh veggies or fruit in order to fill their boxes. We have a wide range of needs, so you can sign up to bring as little or as much as you like - every contribution is needed to bless these families.
1. Go below and click on Sign-U and choose the produce you’d like to bring.
2. Buy the produce
3. Bring your produce to the church on Sunday, February 10. There will be a table conveniently located in the foyer area for your drop off.
Thank you in advance for helping us to bless these families!
Or checkout some other opportunities like our community groups that meet in the garden!