The Garden of Hope officially opens for the 2017 growing season on May 9th!

see below for more info

The Garden of Hope is community project that provides opportunities to grow produce to those who don’t have the ability to do so, especially those in apartments and townhomes, such as those which border the grounds.

To register, please download our Registration Form, and the contract for the bed size you desire.

We have two sizes of beds available. The full size is 12ft x 4ft. The half-size is 6ft x 4ft. Please download, complete and return the contract (along with the registration) for the size bed you prefer. Download the full size bed contract here, and the half-size contract here.

This is a community program, and need based scholarships are available. Please use the contact form at the bottom of this page to discuss scholarships or if you have other questions.


The Garden of Hope strives to be a conduit for community connectedness through relationship building, promoting healthful living, helping our neighbors, and inspiring personal growth.


The Garden of Hope’s key success factors are core values that embody its existence. These include:

  1. The Garden of Hope builds community peace by being an inviting and welcoming community gathering place.
  2. The Garden of Hope promotes healthful living.
  3. The Garden of Hope is an educational environment.
  4. The Garden of Hope provides an opportunity for people to bear the Lord’s fruit.

Church’s abundant vegetable garden feeds a community

SNOHOMISH — Joni Kirk was planning to harvest the cucumber the next day. It was perfectly ripe and had grown huge under the summer sun.

The cucumber disappeared
Garden of Hope: Our Vision & Mission

In January 2016, the Snohomish Church of the Nazarene board approved moving forward with a community garden -- an idea that had been in formation for quite some time.

The church
Making Beautiful Things Out of Brokenness
There is a song that has resonated in my mind today. Its chorus says:

You make beautiful things
You make beautiful things out of the dust
You make beautiful things
You make
Garden of Hope could become new food resource
"A new community garden to benefit low-income residents and the food bank is slated to open in May and planning and building are underway at the Church of the Nazarene on







To contact the garden, please use the form below: