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Koinonia Ministries

At Koinonia, our service arises from the people and issues in our daily lives. Thus, most of our ministries change with the talents and passions of the people who are here, and the issues and challenges of the times. Our one constant ministry since 1942 has been that of hospitality, welcoming those who come to the farm, whether friends or strangers. No matter what the particular work may be, we hope to serve in a spirit of partnership with our neighbors, as an integrated part of our life in community.

KCOC: The Koinonia Community Outreach Center, offers programs for youth, elders, and other friends.

Heart to Heart Home Repair Ministry: Koinonia community members and skilled visitors and groups assist our neighbors with both emergency and routine maintenance and upkeep on their homes.

Koinonia Neighbor Program: We strive to build good relationships with our neighbors in the greater community by offering ways to participate in Koinonia fellowship, work, service, prayer, and study.

Classes: To inspire and challenge our community and the greater community of Americus, Georgia, Koinonia hosts ongoing classes, weekend seminars, Bible studies, public speakers, screenings of relevant films, and more.

Peace & Justice: Peacemaking is a core value of Koinonia, and our work for peace has taken many forms over the years.

Ministry of Hospitality: We welcome both strangers and friends, travelers and neighbors, individuals and groups, to join us for retreats, visits, tours, community internships, classes, and more.

Other Ministries: Much of our service changes with the talents and passions of the people who are here, and the issues and challenges of the times. Here are some recent projects where we've served.

 

 

 
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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