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Community gardens that nourish the people around us in practical, tangible, and sustainable ways.

WHAT IS FEAST?

FEAST provides a hospitable environment where all are welcomed as they are and invited into relationship with Jesus and one another through community dinners and worship.

WHO IS FEAST FOR?

FEAST is for anyone looking to share a meal and worship Jesus with others.

FEAST typically meets on the first Monday of the month at a rotating list of partner churches from around the Triangle. To stay up to date on all gathering info, view our schedule and join the email list.

WHERE DOES FEAST MEET?

HOW DOES FEAST WORK?

FEAST offers a free meal and about an hour of fellowship time, followed by an hour of worship and time to pray with people from our community. 

FEAST typically meets on the first Monday of the month at a rotating list of partner churches from around the Triangle. To stay up to date on all gathering info, view our schedule and join the email list.

WHERE DOES FEAST MEET?

HOW DOES FEAST WORK?

FEAST offers a free meal and about an hour of fellowship, followed by an hour of worship and time to pray with people from our community. 

KINGDOM GARDENS consists of two separate community gardens based in Raleigh, NC. Born out of a shared love for nature, eco-friendly gardening, and feeding communities in need, our gardens have flourished into a thriving food supply, donating hundreds of pounds of fresh produce each year to Raleigh food banks and supporting a community of refugees, all with the help of local church sponsorship and volunteers.

 

North Ridge Community Garden is a former empty lot turned beautiful oasis tucked behind North Ridge Church at the edge of a forest. All are welcome to come see, learn, and help tend what we’re growing. 


Liberty Garden is located on the property of a refugee resettlement neighborhood and serves to provide fresh produce and a spacious place to work and play for the families that live there. It’s a joint collaboration between Refugee Hope Partners, KINGDOM GARDENS, and residents at the apartment complex. 

WHO WE ARE

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WHAT IS FEAST?

FEAST provides a hospitable environment where all are welcomed as they are and invited into relationship with Jesus and one another through community dinners and worship.

WHO IS FEAST FOR?

FEAST is for anyone looking to share a meal and worship Jesus with others.

FEAST typically meets on the first Monday of the month at a rotating list of partner churches from around the Triangle. To stay up to date on all gathering info, view our schedule and join the email list.

WHERE DOES FEAST MEET?

HOW DOES FEAST WORK?

FEAST offers a free meal and about an hour of fellowship time, followed by an hour of worship and time to pray with people from our community. 

FEAST typically meets on the first Monday of the month at a rotating list of partner churches from around the Triangle. To stay up to date on all gathering info, view our schedule and join the email list.

WHERE DOES FEAST MEET?

HOW DOES FEAST WORK?

FEAST offers a free meal and about an hour of fellowship, followed by an hour of worship and time to pray with people from our community. 

Our goal is to engage people of all generations, backgrounds, and cultures by working together to steward the natural gifts of creation, learn the art of sustainable growing practices, and value our local community by giving away what we grow. We desire to deepen relationships with Jesus and one another through cultivating, preserving, cooking, and sharing nourishing food.

WHAT WE DO

WHAT IS FEAST?

FEAST provides a hospitable environment where all are welcomed as they are and invited into relationship with Jesus and one another through community dinners and worship.

WHO IS FEAST FOR?

FEAST is for anyone looking to share a meal and worship Jesus with others.

FEAST typically meets on the first Monday of the month at a rotating list of partner churches from around the Triangle. To stay up to date on all gathering info, view our schedule and join the email list.

WHERE DOES FEAST MEET?

HOW DOES FEAST WORK?

FEAST offers a free meal and about an hour of fellowship time, followed by an hour of worship and time to pray with people from our community. 

FEAST typically meets on the first Monday of the month at a rotating list of partner churches from around the Triangle. To stay up to date on all gathering info, view our schedule and join the email list.

WHERE DOES FEAST MEET?

HOW DOES FEAST WORK?

FEAST offers a free meal and about an hour of fellowship, followed by an hour of worship and time to pray with people from our community. 

We are funded solely by donations from individuals and the church. Our team of dedicated volunteers help plant, weed, water, build, and harvest at our local gardens. We have rotating weekly schedules at each garden for friends and families to work a shift together. We meet once a month on designated community workdays to complete seasonal projects, share produce, and learn something new about caring for and enjoying our homegrown food.  

HOW WE OPERATE

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