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ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

APRIL 23, 2022

Interested in being a Sponsor or donating a raffle prize for the 2022 tournament?

Contact us at office@fluvannahabitat.org or call 434-589-3752

 

 

   
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Office:

105 Crofton Plaza

Suite 9

Palmyra, VA 22963

434-589-3752

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Office Hours:

Tuesday - Friday

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Please remember to bring your mask if you are coming into the office.

 

   

   


Koinonia Farms & Habitat

 

Koinonia Farm was founded in 1942 by Clarence and Florence Jordan and Martin and Mabel England as a “demonstration plot for the Kingdom of God.” For them, this meant an intentional community of believers sharing their lives and resources, following the example of the first Christian communities as described in the Acts of the Apostles.  Koinonians shared not only faith and resources, but also work. They farmed the land for their livelihood, and sought ways to work in partnership with the land.  

 

Koinonians focused on the poor quality of local housing and began a project to build decent, affordable homes for their neighbors. The housing ministry evolved into Habitat for Humanity International under the leadership of Millard and Linda Fuller, who were members of Koinonia. 

   

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Board of Directors/Staff  

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michael Himes, President

Richard Bowman, Vice President

Bob Eckman, Treasurer

Tammy Bowers, Secretary

Bob Booth

Larry Cormier

Deborah D’Agostino

Cole Hanner

Douglas Himberger

Larry Lazette

Gail Morace

Wayne Murphy

 

STAFF

Robyn Bolling, Executive Director

Eileen Young, Office Administrator

 

 

 

 

   

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