Community gardening on church land

Christians in Community Gardening Visits, South Western Sydney

Miriam Pepper

Are you or your church involved in community gardening?  Or are you thinking about making a start?  Are you interested in meeting with Christian community gardeners and hearing their stories?  Come along to this tour of community gardens in Sydney’s South West, including

Hughes Street Community Garden, Glenquarie Anglican Church Community Garden, the Living Garden, and the Food 4 Life Community Garden.

Date/time: Saturday 12th March, 9:30am-3pm.
Location: Meet and finish at Liverpool Uniting Church, 28 Pirie St, Liverpool
Cost: $15 ($10 concession), includes lunch
Transport between gardens will be provided
RSVP essential, to Miriam Pepper on 0447 730 772 or  Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
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  1. SF/SV/SW

    A garden where you can eat
    Its not only useful
    But must be beutiful
    and well organised

    A plantation is not only on the product
    But the artistic quality to make it
    pleasant to the eye
    Artists can have as much input
    as the gardeners so they all work together

    A good garden is beutiful
    allows children to play
    An people to sit after work
    to admire their work
    A gardern is as beutiful
    as the people that work on them

    A competition on garden must take
    into consideration not only what is produced
    but the beuty, practicallity and innovation
    So run a competition.

    A garden with a coffee shop
    Is one of the best

  2. Dani


    This is great!

    Does anyone know many church community gardens in Brisbane or the Gold Coast?



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