Join us as we celebrate 5 years of growing fresh produce for food donation in our community! October 5th 10AM-6PM and October 6th 12PM-6PM. Enjoy Games, pumpkin patch, vendors, food live music, trolley ride and much more. Admission is FREE. Activies will have a fee and all proceeds will benefit our food donation ministry.
First Fruits Farm is excited to be one of the farms on this annual tour. April 27th and 28th 2-6pm.
The Piedmont Farm Tour connects our friends, families, neighbors, and customers to 40+ local farms across Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Guilford, Johnston, Orange, Person, and Wake Counties.
Come pet baby animals, smell the flowers, and devour delicious fruits, mushrooms, veggies, dairy, and meat produced in the Piedmont!
Kids, foodies, locavores, gardeners, new or aspiring farmers, locals, and visitors will enjoy a memorable weekend spent meeting local farmers and touring their beautiful farms.
Visit https://www.carolinafarmstewards.org/pft/ for more information.
Easter is a time to remember the death, burial and resurrection of our LORD and Savior Jesus Christ! We will worship together April 21 at 6AM (Gates open at 5:30). After service, we will have a Pancake Breakfast (Love Offerings accepted). Please RSVP for the Pancake Breakfast at the link below so we can prepare enough food. We look forward to worshiping with you!
We will continue our Sweet Potato Harvest (8AM-12PM) and have some fun!!! The Harvest Fest will be from 9AM-3PM. Visit our historic dairy barn, browse local venders and listen to local praise bands. Take a trolley farm tour, meet some of our barn yard animals, or get your face painted. We will have food, pumpkins and mums for sale. All proceeds to benefit hunger relief in NC.
"Everybody can be great because everybody can serve...." ~Martin Luther King Jr.
We need your help!
On Monday, January 16th, we will be bagging sweet potatoes from 9:00AM-1:00PM in Durham. These sweet potatoes were harvested in October and have been curing in a warehouse since then, but now is the time to get them ready to be distributed to feeding agencies and food pantries.
Please join us in the parking lot behind the Community Family Life & Recreation Center at Lyon Park (1309 Halley Street, Durham). Walk around the building on the Kent Street side to find 40,000 pounds of sweet potatoes ready to be bagged! We need as many helping hands as possible so come join us, even if only for an hour.
We hope to see you soon!
If you are an organization that would like to receive sweet potatoes, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org