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St. Francis Episcopal church

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We are a Christian community of faith, forged by the love and friendship of two Episcopal churches who decided to merge in 2013, with our Bishop's blessing and encouragement.  We offer a rich liturgical tradition, welcoming space for people of all ages regardless of where they are on their journey of faith, and a wonderful setting to explore spirituality through the environment and organic gardening.  

Please know you are welcome here, and welcome to contact us with any questions about St. Francis Episcopal Church, the Christian faith, or environmental stewardship.

Volunteer in the Garden at St Francis this summer — solo, or with a group. Feed the hungry and learn organic gardening! 

Worship times

9:30 am

Volunteer opportunities

One time opportunities
Ongoing commitment opportunities

Drop in volunteer hours Wednesdays 3-5pm and Saturdays 9am-noon, weather permitting.


The Garden at St. Francis

Creation Care/Community Gardens

The Garden at St. Francis

Come help at the Garden at St Francis! Feed our hungry neighbors, and help heal God’s most vulnerable creature, the Earth. Think about volunteering with us this summer- all are welcome - and needed!

Thank you to all who helped support our food ministry during our SeedMoney fundraiser! Contact us via for more information about our summer schedule of volunteer opportunities. For most current information, follow/like The Garden on Facebook and Instagram.


Honey and Pollinator Ministry

With the help of Master Bee Keeper Carl Flatow, The Garden maintains two honeybee hives. Our hives are a part of the symbiotic relationships we encourage in the garden. We plant with intention to provide our pollinators with flowers and plants they can consume at every stage of their life cycle. Our bees then provide us with hyper-local, pesticide-free honey. We are currently offering our honey for $18 per 1 pound bottle. Glass bottles are encouraged to be returned to the Church to be recycled. Please contact or call 516-679-1184 to place your order and to arrange a pickup time.



Walking a labyrinth is a powerful way to merge Christian tradition with mediation and connecting and honoring the Earth. Our labyrinth is open to the public between sunrise and sunset.

1692 Bellmore Ave.
North Bellmore, NY 11710
United States

Email address


The Rev. Grace Flint


Organized groups

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)/Narcotics Anonymous/Twelve Step
Good News Gardens

Other community groups

children's garden playgroup