Saturday, June 06, 2020

About Beulah Acres

Beulah Acres Center (BAC) is a creative learning center operating in conjunction with the Israel Prayer Garden and Global Spheres Center in Corinth, Texas.  Our goal is to provide a venue for people in the church and the community in which we live to explore, discover, and pursue their creative interests and talents.  Whether you are interested in gardening, fine arts, photography, pottery, or various other enrichment endeavors, we are here to serve you with low cost (and sometimes no cost) opportunities for learning something new.

Mission

Provide low- or no-cost learning opportunities to our church and community in the arts, gardening, nutrition, photography, and food preservation and preparation.

​Host local artists, craftsmen, farmers, and cottage industrialists at quarterly markets and seasonal festivals.

Provide meeting space for approved educational activities (such as Denton County Master Gardener trainings, Denton Parks and Recreation children’s camps, artist groups, etc.).

Serve as the interface between the Israel Prayer Garden/Beulah Acres Community Garden and the surrounding community.

~ Connecting the Church and the Community ~

Staff

  • Pam Pierce
  • Kim Comeau
  • Daniel Arenas
  • George Slack
  • Mindy Faubion
  • Kathie Chan
  • Stacie Forest

Our Logo

The pomegranate is an ancient symbol steeped in tradition not only because of its beauty and rich history, but because the pomegranate is quite desirable for its healthy qualities.  Grown in the Mediterranean region for several thousand years, this remarkable fruit is rich in symbolism and there are specific references to the pomegranate in the Bible.
The pomegranate is a symbol of righteousness in Jewish tradition and represents fruitfulness, knowledge, learning, and wisdom.