The Barrington UMC Congregational Garden is ready for another planting season!

  • Lou Schairer and Bill West of Barrington United Methodist Church get the plants and irrigation systems ready for planting.Barrington United Methodist Church

    Lou Schairer and Bill West of Barrington United Methodist Church get the plants and irrigation systems ready for planting.Barrington United Methodist Church

 
 
Updated 5/24/2021 9:25 AM

Last year, the Congregational Garden grew over 38,500lbs, which translates to about 19-tons of fresh vegetables. The produce was delivered to nine area food pantries: FISH Food Pantry, Carpentersville; Food for Greater Elgin; Palatine Township; Dundee Township; Crystal Lake Food Pantry; Elgin - Two Rivers Headstart; The Salvation Army-Elgin Corps Community Center; House of Hope, Barrington; and Neighborhood Food Pantry, West Chicago.

Visit barringtonumc.com to learn more about Barrington UMC and their Congregational Garden.

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