Weekly outdoor church at Teter Retreat & Farm is one of our favorite things about summer. The farm is located at 10980 221st Street, Noblesville, just north and east of downtown Noblesville approximately five miles. You will enter the long drive that leads back to the worship area at the back of the property. Please reserve the parking closest to the worship area for those with limited mobility. Sometimes the benches are damp in the morning. Bring a towel or blanket or your own lawn chair. Worship begins at 8:15AM and, through Labor Day, replaces the fall/winter/spring 8:30 worship at the church.
No masks will be required, and congregational singing will a part of worship there. The benches are socially distanced, and you can also set up your own seating wherever you like. We do encourage you to be respectful of those who choose to continue wearing masks as there are some in our congregation who are immuno-compromised and don’t want to catch a virus of any kind.
If weather is threatening ... we will cancel the outdoor church and worship at the church, 2051 Monument Street, Noblesville. In case of cancellation we will communicate by 7am via push notifications to our church app users, Facebook, Twitter, and at NoblesvilleFirst.com.
Can't make it on Sunday? Watch the livestream anytime at NoblesvilleFirst.com/livestream
Teter Retreat & Farm is an outreach ministry of Noblesville First United Methodist Church.
8:00am - 12:00pm
Get your fresh Teter Organic Farm produce at the Noblesville Farmers Market each Saturday, 8AM-noon at Federal Hill Commons, 175 Logan Street.
Every purchase at the Teter booth helps support the farm's mission to combat food insecurity in Hamilton County.
The market hosts a diverse and unique vendor base, from produce, to fresh meat, to flowers to candles, and runs through October 9. For information about parking and a full list of vendors, click here for Noblesville Main Street's Farmers Market page.
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Join us for a seasonal fall Teter Organic Farm Farm to Table Dinner Fundraiser, with proceeds benefiting the farm’s mission to feed the hungry and bring an end to food insecurity in Hamilton County.
Friday, September 17
6:30-7pm - Drinks & Appetizers
7-8:30pm - Dinner
Purgatory Golf Club, 12160 East 216th Street, Noblesville
This elegant fall gathering will be held at the beautiful lodge at the Purgatory Golf Club and feature inventive fare showcasing Teter Organic Farm's vegetables.
Tickets are $65 each and include appetizers, a three-course meal, and two drinks (beer & wine).
Click the link below to purchase tickets. Please note that the ticket software asks for a promo code, but there are NO promo codes or discounts for this event.
Teter Organic Farm is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and is owned by Noblesville First United Methodist Church. Its mission is to combat food insecurity, build meaningful relationships across barriers which sometimes divide us, and educate children and adults on the importance of environmental stewardship and care.