Category Archives: Ministries

Fruit=Goodness! #SpiritualCincy

Our small garden is bearing fruit! We can happily report some new tomatoes on our Peacevine cherry tomato plants and the first two strawberries harvested, from plants kindly donated by our host-church.  We will share with you our successes (and failures) … Continue reading

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Meet our (deer-deterring) new flowers

We are adding some more color (that also deter deer) to the garden by way of marigolds, dusty miller, portulaca, sage, Russian sage and poppies. We hope as they grow, their color will inspire passers-by to garden, too!

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Whatta’ Big Saturday! @M25M_org #Sammyscbb & #ChildrensCommunityGarden

We volunteered our time, we shared a good meal, and we worked the “land”! If you still have an interest in adopting a plant with your child, please email us at newchurchofmontgomery@gmail.com Check out our pics from our busy day!

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How does your #garden grow?

One more day of planting tomorrow! Meet us at 3:00 at 845 Congress Ave, if you are ready to grow!

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Almost Planting Time! Grow our Children’s Garden!

Planting time is just around the corner (this Friday and Saturday!) for our Children’s Community Garden in Glendale, OH. Email us at newchurchofmontgomery@gmail.com or call (513) 630-8777 to reserve your seedling! We will be planting peppers, tomatoes and basil.  We hope to … Continue reading

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#EndangeredSpeciesDay Thou Shalt Not Kill…Clover!

According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Running Buffalo Clover is an endangered species in Hamilton, County, Ohio. It’s soft on our feet, great for high traffic areas and fixes nitrogen in the soil. Do you use herbicides? Instead, let’s … Continue reading

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#MindfulMonday Gardening to Goodness

Pat Latta and Maggie Panyko were together in the Children’s Community garden planting flowers to accompany our seedlings, this morning. It was a great opportunity to get their hands dirty, share commonalities and enjoy the sunlight.  When they were done, they … Continue reading

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