Centenary Community Garden
Are you interested in growing food and flowers? Come join us!
Centenary UMC is surrounded by beautiful grounds. We have chosen to use a portion of the land for the Centenary Community Garden. 10'x10' units of ground are offered to individuals and families in our community and church for the growing season.
We are excited to meet new people and see all that will be planted and grown!
2023 Garden Season
Stay tuned for information about the 2023 garden season.
Register for a Plot
Stay tuned for information on the 2023 garden season. Once announced, interested gardeners must complete a registration form to request a plot in the garden.
If you prefer a paper form, you may print a copy of the form or pick up a paper copy from the front desk at Centenary UMC during office hours.
Paper forms may be dropped off at the front desk at Centenary UMC during office hours.
Thanks be to God,
who made the world teeming with variety,
of things on the earth, above the earth, and under the earth.
Thanks be to God
for the many kinds of plants, trees, and fruits that we celebrate.
For the centipedes, ants, and worms,
for the mice, marmots, and bats,
for the cucumbers, tomatoes, and peppers,
we rejoice that we find ourselves eclipsed by the magnitude of generosity and mystery.
Thanks be to God.
- from Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals
Where is the community garden located?
Centenary Community Garden is located at the back corner of Centenary UMC's property. After turning off Perryville Road onto Cunningham Way (entryway to Millennium Park), turn left at the second entrance. The garden is located at the back of the gravel lane on the right.
You may contact the Centenary Community Garden team through email, phone call, or text message.
Call or Text: (502) 617-3077