Community Garden

The St. John Lutheran Church Community Garden broke ground in August 2021 with a goal of using our church’s resources, talents, time, and interests to share our many blessings with our neighbors and the community.

Today, thanks to overwhelming and continuing support from companies, church members, schools, scouting groups, neighbors, and many others, our community garden has already yielded more than 5000 pounds of fresh vegetables which were distributed to individuals and families in need through the Cypress Assistance Ministries Food Pantry!

There are many ways to get involved and help our garden grow:

  • Volunteer in our garden. Are you looking for ways to spend time outdoors and get more active? Looking for new ways to nurture your green thumb? We need people of all ages and abilities to help us pick, prune, weed, weigh and deliver our harvest.


  • Get your group involved. Does your company, school or civic group need a great cause to support? Are you looking for a place to schedule a service day or team-building event? We make it easy and appreciate the support of local groups!


  • Donate to our garden. We’re beyond grateful for the generous gifts and donations that have helped our garden grow. From needed materials like green-recycled, organic compost and soil, fencing and irrigation, cement blocks, sheet-metal roofing and siding, and pressure-treated wood to monetary gifts large and small, our garden’s incredible success would not be possible without the generosity of many.


Would you like to help? Contact Mark Froehlich for more information or to get involved in this important community ministry. 


Read more about companies coming together to support our community garden

Learn more about how St. John partners with the CAM Food Pantry to reach people in need

Our Community Garden is thriving thanks to countless garden volunteers and these corporate sponsors:




I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing. — John 15:5

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Jul 24 2024


Mark Froehlich