Community Garden

Most recent photos are at the top; photos from previous years are below:

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  1. […] more pictures from the LLWC Community Garden here. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  2. […] Thompson has been busy in the Community Garden! Check out the progress here! Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  3. […] Spring is here and the Community Garden is growing! See photos here. […]

  4. […] All potatoes are planted in the Community Garden! Thanks to Chris and everyone who came to help! See the pictures here. […]

  5. […] Chris reports that the Community Gardenis growing! Check out the latest photos here. […]

  6. […] Chris reports that the Community Garden is growing! Check out the latest photos here. […]

  7. […] has been busy in the Community Garden! Click on the blue link to go to the Community Garden photos and see how everything’s […]

  8. […] be thinking and praying how you can use fresh produce from the Community garden to reach out to your neighbors in […]

  9. […] you been thinking and praying about how you can use produce from the Community Garden to invite neighbors to LLWC? If you’re willing, God will use […]

  10. […] this year. Purple skin and yellow flesh. Sound good?” How will you use the produce from our Community Garden for outreach to your […]

  11. […] meeting times, etc. here.” (See Chris Thompson to see what’s available from the Community Garden.) As Pastor John taught us today, God is calling us to do great things! We just have to say, […]

  12. […] Community Garden — See how our garden grows! Make plans to contact Chris for some fresh produce that you can take to a neighbor, and invite them to come to LLWC with you! You probably have a neighbor who is waiting for you to invite them so they can see what’s happening in the church on the hill! […]

  13. […] here to see their most recent newsletter). And Chris has given us a visual progress report on the Community Garden. Praise God for a great growing season for the […]

  14. […] has been very busy in the Community Garden, and the fresh produce is beautiful! Who will you take produce to? It’s a great way to invite […]

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