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Our Products

Koinonia has always supported its work and community by selling what we grow and produce. In 1942, we offered eggs, chickens, milk and hogs… and these days, we offer pecans, chocolate, books, and more! Our mail order industry began during the 1950s, when Koinonia was being boycotted for its racial integration and equal treatment of human beings. And we continue today, by mail, phone and also online. Whether you are interested in our books and media, or our delicious foods and coffee, order today—you will enjoy your Koinonia products, and also know that your purchase supports our daily work and ministries.

Online Bakery Store

The folks in the Koinonia bakery offer treats perfect for any occasion, all year round—with the highest quality ingredients, delicious recipes, and small, hand-made batches. Browse our selection of chocolate pecan bark and peanut crunch, granola, candy & snacks, peanut goodies, Koinonia pecans, as well as Fair Trade coffee & tea and much more!

Online Bookstore

Your source for the teachings of Clarence Jordan—in book format as well as audio CDs and tapes—complemented with a diverse selection of inspiring books, videos and DVDs, and music related to Koinonia and its core values of peacemaking, brother & sisterhood, and sharing.

Print catalog

Koinonia’s attractive annual catalog contains a complete listing of all the goodies from the bakery, all of our books and media, crafts and more! We’ll gladly send you a copy—or a dozen for your friends or favorite group.

 

Donate

The ministries of Koinonia are strengthened by your financial support. Help us continue the Heart to Heart Home Repair Ministry, Koinonia Community Outreach Center programs for youth and elders, the ministry of hospitality, and our many other projects by donating today.

 
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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