Grow Together Community Gardens

The garden is a place where we are growing relationships and sharing the love of Christ.

We are building a supportive community based on the foundations of Christ. Grow Together has started seven community gardens throughout the Austin area and has two more gardens planned for this fall.

We use the garden as a way to build friendships, foster community and help get people out of isolation.  For information on each of our gardens and how you can get involved, visit Grow Together’s website:  www.grow-together.org

Through our serving, we want to show Christ’s light to those we serve.  Our support in the garden community includes:

Michael McKee  Director
Michael McKee
Director
  • facilitating small group Bible studies at each of our garden sites
  • developing friendships and discipling those we meet at the garden
  • organizing community events to foster a greater sense of community
  • teaching ESL classes through River City Hope Street,
  • teaching leadership classes/training
  • providing food to families from the gardens.

Please take a moment to view our Grow Together Film Trailer to learn more about our ministry.

We would love to build more gardens throughout Austin. Please let us know if you Church, organization, or neighborhood would like our help in getting a garden going for you. We want to see churches and communities use gardening to come together across Austin and build relationship through gardening.

Our Current Gardens

We currently have seven active gardens throughout the Austin area, with two more planned for the fall. Our gardens are:

Gateway Church Food Pantry Garden
Refugee International Outreach Garden, Capitol Village Apartments

  • Starry Garden at Texas Baptist Children’s Home, Round Rock
  • Horizon Bay Garden for the elderly
  • Foundation Communitites St. Johns community garden
  • Teri Road Baptist Church Garden
  • Dell Children’s Hospital Garden
  • Mary Lee Foundation
  • Mission Possible
  • Spring Terrace

We have two more gardens planned for this fall. We will have a children’s outreach garden at Mission Possible, 12th and Chicon; and another garden at the Mary Lee Foundation in south Austin, serving adults with mental disabilities.

We would love to build more gardens throughout Austin. Please let us know if your Church, organization, or neighborhood would like our help in getting a garden going for you. We want to see churches and communities use gardening to come together across Austin and build relationship through gardening.
<Contact person: Michael@grow-together.org  816-835-9839