About Us


Lexington Interfaith Clergy @ Garden Blessing

Lexington’s Interfaith Garden, located near the Battle Green in Lexington Center, donates all of its produce to local food pantries and hunger relief programs. Volunteers of all ages from over fourteen faith communities work and learn together while planting, tending and harvesting organically grown produce. We are also growing community – between the faith communities who are working beside one another in the garden and with our good neighbors who receive the food from the garden. Click here for a copy of our Interfaith Garden Brochure.

Lexington’s Interfaith Garden builds meaningful interfaith relationships by growing organic produce for our hungry neighbors. We are:

  • Providing fresh produce for people in need,
  • Educating ourselves and our community on the value of local, sustainable agriculture,
  • Building relationships within our interfaith communities, and
  • Having fun while doing rewarding work.

We have a broad range of faith communities actively supporting the Interfaith Garden, including:

Arlington Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Chinese Bible Church – Non denominational
Church of Our Redeemer – Episcopal
First Parish Lexington – Unitarian Universalist
Follen Community Church – Unitarian Universalist
Grace Chapel – Non denominational
Hancock Church – United Church of Christ
Islamic Center of Wayland
Lexington Catholic Community (Sacred Heart & St. Brigid Parishes)
Pilgrim Congregational Church – United Church of Christ
St. Nicholas Church – Greek Orthodox
Temple Emunah – United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
Temple Isaiah – Reform Judaism