Reverend Spivey’s inspirational first sermon back in September 2014, on the lowly tomato seed has set seed and grew. Our Kitchen tomato plant continued to flower and produce tomatoes over 1 ½ years later. This seed blossomed into an idea for a community church garden in January 2015. The end result, through much discussion at Coffee Break, a donation of lumber, manpower, straw, manure, soil and outside community advice and plants, blossomed into 3 successful raised garden beds. The gardens produced onions, radish, cucumbers, tomatoes, beans ( pole and wax), kale, carrots, beets, Swiss chard and strawberries. The gardens attracted much outside interest and a great many enjoyed the produce at Simple Fare, CPHC or Sunday lunch after church. The local 4 H uses the raised gardens now to support its gardening club.