fruitful Living

A fruitful lifestyle of caring for others can be easier when we know the person in a need. From time to time we have AC3 families that could use a helping hand.  If you are an individual or family who could provide a simple meal, a short visit, provide some help with yard work, make a household or car repair or bring someone to one of our services on occasion, let's chat!  Contact our Resource Team at to get on our Care Team list.

Gal. 6:10 "...let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers."

If you're looking to grow a healthier lifestyle in community with others, check out our First Fruits Farm in the next section.

First fruits co-op

This C.S.A. gardening and mission-minded group of individuals from AC3 and our local community plant, cultivate, harvest vegetables, keep bees for honey and share the harvest.

You might say, “I’ve heard of this! It’s a C.S.A. (Community Supported Agriculture)!” You’re partially right...but there’s MORE! 

While CSA's are not a new idea, making it a 'Gospel' endeavor might be! Where a CSA simply provides it's paying customers with produce, First Fruits adds a few wrinkles: 

  • Most members provide the labor to grow the food themselves; co-op style. 
  • A lion’s share of the harvest is contributed to Seeds of Grace for distribution days and it's Market Mentorship Project. MMP provides a seasonal market place experience for it's mentees needing a hand up in our community. 

FIRST FRUITS MISSION STATEMENT: Loving God, one another and our community by producing and sharing wholesome foods in a Christ-centered community.
First Fruits Co-op (video) 

Find Out More...


8832 99th Ave NE - Arlington, WA

Contact Jan Hayes 425-268-7949 with your questions. 


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November-March: Select Saturdays 10:30am. Place TBD.

April-October: 1st Saturday monthly 10am at The Farm.