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 find out how your gifts and passions can help others. Or fill out our Volunteer Form online and someone on our team will contact you!

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 and growing fresh veggies in community with others, check out our First Fruits Co-op 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.