GRAFTON, Mass. - On Sunday, June 17, the people of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church got their hands dirty for a good cause.
After celebrating worship at The Brigham Hill Community Barn, they planted potatoes for The Community Harvest Project.
The mission of the Community Harvest Project s to build an engaged and healthier community by bringing volunteers together to grow fresh fruits and vegetables for hunger relief.
Partnering with volunteer farmers from school groups, businesses and religious
organizations, Community Harvest supplies all the fresh fruit and vegetables for The Worcester County Food Bank. As St. Andrew’s has identified local hunger relief as one of its major mission concerns, working with Community Harvest is a hands-on’ way for parishioners to help.
And it was fun! So much fun, in fact, that they did it again on July 8, this time joined by parishioners from The Church of the Good Shepherd (Lutheran) in Westborough.