Midway Presbyterian Church

Sunday Worship 11:00am

Cultivating Together God's Love for All in Jesus Christ by Feeding the Hungry and the Hungry of Heart

A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) 

 

2017 Community Garden Work Days

Join us in the Garden every Saturday through mid-October at 10am!

Some come a little early (around 9am) to beat the heat.

Workers may take a share of the produce. Remaining harvest goes to Woodford County Food Bank or to the Free Community Dinner at Midway Christian Church (4th Monday of every month).

Come enjoy, weed, pick any time. The Garden is always open.

Email us at office@midwaypresbyterian.org if you'd like to be added to our Garden announcement email list.

Community Garden Work Days

JUNE THROUGH SEPTEMBER

EVERY SATURDAY, 9am

We weed, plant, water, and tend the crops in the Garden. We talk and theorize and commiserate about life. We enjoy hard labor and good laughs. You are invited!

Workers may take home part of the bounty of that day. The rest is given to the Woodford Co. Food Pantry.

If you can't make the Saturday work days, come another day and pull weeds and take a harvest home and share with a friend.

The Garden works best when we all pitch in!

April 2016

Our spring crops are in!

We will be scheduling a weeding day this month as well as some time to work on the Pollinator Garden PROBABLY April 23.

If you'd like up-to-date information from our email list, please email the church to get on our garden info list.

Check out our Facebook page!

https://www.facebook.com/Midway-Presbyterian-Church-97197738895/

First Planting Days for Midway Community Garden 2016

FIRST SPRING PLANTING DAY

Friday, March 25

4pm

Planting lettuces, kale, collards, radishes, turnips, spinach, potatoes and onions

 

SECOND SPRING PLANTING DAY

Wednesday, March 30

4pm

Planting broccoli, cabbage, and carrots

Work gloves and tools are available or bring your own.

 

POLLINATOR GARDEN

Work on our new pollinator garden will be on-going this spring. If you'd like to get involved in this, give us a shout. We will be revamping our flower space to make it more friendly for butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. They are important for our garden too!