Embrace is a gathering of people of peace and compassion who feel led to radically love their neighbors, build transformative relationships, and pour our shared resources into creating a stronger community.
“Gardens … are the first sign of commitment to a community. When people plant (food) they are saying, let’s stay here. And by their connection to the land, they are connected to one another.”
Our campus at 932 Fir Street, Waynesboro is the site of community gardens and a prayer labyrinth, a Dinner Church gathering, outreach programs, teen tutoring center, neighborhood events, community meals, a public meeting space, educational classes, support groups, and more.
Imagine a place where you can bring your burdens and lay them down because you have friends who listen and pray for you, friends who walk with you.
A place where you recognize you have something to give — and others do, too.
A place where it is safe to ask questions.
A place where you can sit down and eat good food with your friends.
A place where you can come face-to-face with God’s goodness and grace.
A Place at the Table
Sharing tables is one of the most uniquely human things we do. No other creature consumes its food at a table. And sharing tables with other people reminds us that there’s more to food than fuel. We don’t eat only for sustenance.
— Barry Jones, PhD. “A Place at the Table”
Come to the table for family-style gatherings where relationships are built, neighbors are strengthened, and community is nurtured.
Everyone is welcome — EVERYONE.
Just as all are welcome to Christ’s table, we welcome you to join us for hearty meals, family game nights, table talks, dinner church worship, and more.
Regardless of your church affiliation or disaffiliation, faith background or lack of one, we invite you to gather with us as we give thanks for our blessings, share our burdens, and work for a stronger community by building relationships — TOGETHER.
The Community Gardens at Embrace are a place where friends, neighbors, and families can gather to grow and harvest fresh, healthy produce and share in the bounty of God’s goodness.
Face coverings are required in our gardens when members of two or more families are present. Individuals and/or members of different families must maintain at least 6 feet of distance at all times. The community gardens are open to registered members and volunteers by appointment.
Contact us for information or to register for a garden plot or volunteer opportunity.