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Folks have been coming to Koinonia Farm since our founding in 1942 - people of all backgrounds, faiths and no faith. Guests come from all over the world for many reasons - to enjoy nature, to rest, to explore our legacy, the writings of Clarence Jordan, our commitment to peace and social justice, our farming practices, to see the birthplace of Habitat for Humanity, the Fuller Center for Housing, Jubilee Partners, to shop at our onsite store and for many other reasons.

It's a peaceful place with lots of fun bustle when needed. Its a working farm with all sorts of animals, gardens and orchards. There are walking trails and soon will be more for you to enjoy. You'll experience the rhythm of our day and our life of prayer, work, study, service and fellowship.

For more information about visiting Koinonia, including overnight stays, lunch, tours, and the Welcome Center, please visit our new website.

 

 
 
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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