If you’ve been around Kingsway for a while, you probably already know about our Food Pantry. What you may not know is that we planted a garden on our church property last spring to grow nourishing, fresh food to supplement our Food Pantry. It’s called the Provision Garden and is the brainchild of MaryBeth Haggard. God gave her a vision for using her gardening skills to tangibly express the love and provision of our Heavenly Father to the Midlothian community.

On March 30, we have an opportunity after the morning service to help MaryBeth start seeds in the foyer. Once they sprout, they will be given away as part of the Easter food boxes we’re delivering to families who have visited our Food Pantry this year. MaryBeth is also planning a church-wide planting day on Sunday, May 4.

Here’s a short list of supplies we still need to collect for the Provision Garden:

  • Potting Soil
  • Small Pots
  • A Tiller
  • Organic Manure or Compost
  • Hand Trowels
  • A Spigot and Stand for Our Rain Barrel
  • Tomato Cages
  • Pepper Stakes
  • Cucumber Trellis

Contact Marybeth Haggard for more information on how to get involved!

cell: 804-484-5557
email: agirlandherballoon@gmail.com

Matthew grew up attending KingsWay and joined the pastoral staff in 2009. God has blessed him and his wife, Aliza, with three rambunctious boys. Matthew did his undergraduate work at the University of Richmond in chemistry and political science, spent a year at the Sovereign Grace Pastor’s College, and received his Masters of Divinity from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.


Get notified when a new post on our blog comes out.

Related Articles

Christmas Food Boxes 2018

With the first week of December, the Christmas season is in full swing here in Midlothian. Between many holiday parties, to do…

Mercy Ministry Report

God has been exceedingly gracious to us through Jesus. His life, death, and resurrection testify to God’s heart to give us what…

Venezuela Box Project

This past Sunday, one of our Deacons of Mercy, John Buffington, shared about an opportunity we have as a church to care…