Seed, Spade and Sword: The Bible In Context

Helping to illuminate biblical context and background

Fellowship Church Bible Gardens


Fellowship Church Bible Gardens

The Fellowship Church of High Springs, Florida has begun the process of creating a Biblical Garden to grace their campus. Follow their story and progress here.

Location: High Springs, Florida
Members: 7
Latest Activity: Aug 9, 2010

Discussion Forum


Started by Kathy Theus. Last reply by Kathy Theus May 4, 2010. 3 Replies

Sorry that I missed the meeting last week.  I was working in the Food Ministry and helping with the Easter Program.  Please let me know when the next meeting will be. 

Comment Wall


You need to be a member of Fellowship Church Bible Gardens to add comments!

Comment by Nancy Meyer on August 9, 2010 at 11:55am
Hi Fellowship.

Hope everyone is doing well. Our garden is doing great. I appreciate all the hard work and effort everyone has been putting in. This will be something you will be happy you are involved in. It is going to be beautiful.

We are going to have a meeting with Dr. Bez on Wednesday August 11 at
6:30 in conference room. It will be concerning the lay out for our garden and our plants. We will need your input.

There will be a print out of the garden for everyone.

I hope everyone can make it. Hope to see you all there.
If you can't make it please let me know.

Nancy Meyer
Comment by Nancy Meyer on April 11, 2010 at 5:12am
I have food ministry on wed to 6:15. I can meet after that.
Comment by Dr. Ed Bez on March 29, 2010 at 11:29am
The group held a meeting on Wednesday evening, March 24th. Each participant received the first of over 100 pages of notebook materials related to the creation and propagation of a biblical garden on the church campus. There was some discussion about location of the gardens. Each member is to read over the materials and be ready to give input at the next meeting.

There was a general consensus that whatever we do as a group must be done intentionally and with excellence; with a view toward the perpetual existence and care of the gardens.

Members (7)


© 2019   Created by Dr. Ed Bez.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service