The Joe Wallace Community Garden was established in 2015 and is located at the rear of the church. The garden has been dedicated to the memory of Joe Wallace (pictured at left), our first garden manager. There are currently 9 garden plots available to community members for a nominal annual fee. Plots can be used to grow flowers or vegetables. The garden is managed by master gardener, Tom Richey. Water is provided by the church through a rainwater collection system that collects water in barrels and diverts it to the garden.
The fencing and garden bench were part of an Eagle Scout project by Christopher Neumann of Boy Scout Troop 969. Local vendors and individuals provided materials and donations; volunteers assisted with construction.