Garden of Hope

On Thursday (May 30), five high school students (Sofia, Greg, Patrick, Daniel, and Walker) worked their second week in the garden as part of their Senior Experience. In addition to weeding, they picked the first produce of the season. They picked 29 pounds of lettuce, collards, kale, and radishes. Ted donated the produce to Food for Others.

On Saturday (June 1), Daniel, Patrick, Susan, Shelley, John, Laura, George, Dave, and Doris watered, weeded, planted some tomatoes and peppers, started installing the tomato trellises, and harvested 17.4 pounds of romaine, kale, and collards.

To volunteer in the St. Andrew’s Garden of Hope, you can click this link or the button below. We do need volunteers to help in the garden during our work days and to water on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Simply turn on the spigots and let the water run for an hour or so! If you have questions concerning the sign-up, please contact Jeremy, our Parish Administrator.

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pounds of produce harvested in the 2024 season
Volunteers stand with newly planted vegetables in the Garden of Hope.

Need help finding the garden? Download a PDF map of St. Andrew’s grounds.

section of downloadable map, showing location of Garden of Hope on St. Andrew's grounds.