Sally Ann ringing the bell

A time with God

At 10:30, 3:30 and 8:30 each day you will hear the sound of a bell ringing at Koinonia. You will see each of us stop what we are doing to pray, meditate, reflect. We go into the silence to rest for a moment. We come out renewed. This time reminds us why we are here, helps us to think about the meaning of Koinonia and to reflect on the meaning of being a demonstration plot for the kingdom of God.

Whether here at Koinonia, around the corner, or on the other side of the earth, we ask that you join us in these important moments each day. They not only allow us to focus and seek blessing, but they can be a means of bringing us together. They remind us that we are all God's children and though we may have different responsibilities, it is together that we can bring about the Kingdom of God.

Come visit Koinonia and join us in our daily prayer, as well as work, study, service, fellowship and fun!

Take a look at upcoming events at Koinonia.

Koinonia notecards
are available for ordering online, including a sketch of the Koinonia bell drawn by community member Ann Karp.

Community member Sally Ann Brown rings the morning bell
 
Koinonia is a Christian farm community founded in 1942 by Clarence Jordan,
author of the Cotton Patch Gospels. Birthplace of Habitat for Humanity

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