TIKKUN FARM: Cultivating Restoration


Please prayerfully consider supporting the work of Tikkun Farm. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. To give, you can scan the QR code or simply click on the visual. Thank you!


Our Free Market is part of The Nourishing Families program.
The Free Market hours are as follows: Tuesdays 3-4, Fridays 1-4, Saturdays 1-2.

Here are the upcoming closures and breaks for Nourishing Families through spring and summer:

• Memorial Day weekend Saturday, May 25th
• Friday, July 5th – Saturday, July 6th
• Summer Break July 30th – August 16th


To pick up a shopping number: Go to Hilltop Plaza (8200 Hamilton Ave). The Tikkun Farm Flag is placed by the second light post on the left side of the lot as you enter. Park in the line of spaces by the flag and the volunteer will give you a shopping number.


Tikkun Farm, a 3.5 acre nonprofi farm in the neighborhood farm in Mt. Healthy, Cincinnati, engages in the sacred work of restoring people, community, and creation. We hope, through meaningful work and spiritual practices, Tikkun Farm offers our guests an experience of belonging and Belovedness.

Tikkun is a Hebrew word meaning “repair” or “restore.” The phrase Tikkun Olam captures the collective life purpose of the Jewish people to “repair the world.” This phrase has many layers of meaning from personal healing to global reconciliation. It recognizes that none of us passes through life without suffering. Inevitably, we will be hurt and cause harm. We heal and need healing. We live comfortably with this ambiguity and paradox. Our most sacred work involves partnering with Love to heal the wounds of the human journey. This includes repairing lives, structures, creation, bodies, relationships, neighborhoods, and nations. We do this by “remembering who we are,” beloveds, created by Love to be Love in the world.      

As you get to know us, you will notice we have a lot going on. We feed families and heal souls. We train young people for jobs and gather spiritual pilgrims for sacred experiences. Visitors participate in yoga classes and repair fences. Guests can dig in our garden, practice meditation, or engage in reconciling conversations about race. We do more than “one thing” because Creation reveals the necessity of diversity for stability, resilience, and abundance. Natural ecosystems are a complex web of life where living organisms exist in beneficial relationships to each other. Monocultures, where only a single plant grows in a given area, do not exist naturally. They are an artificial human invention and ecologically unstable. Tikkun Farm’s diverse programming reflects the beautiful complexity and interconnectedness of all of life.

As you spend time here, you will notice opportunities to engage in meaningful work that repairs the world and in spiritual practices that restore our souls. We invite you to do both!

Mary, Pilgrim Pastor

Christmas Eve 2022: FarmHouse Total Loss Fire

Overnight on Christmas Eve, Tikkun Farm’s main house, living space, and headquarters suffered a total devastating fire loss. Everyone made it out to safety even while windows were blowing out of the Farmhouse all around them.  Find out more.

A dear friend has created at GoFundMe page to support our efforts as she knew folks wanted to help. Please consider helping to keep Tikkun Farm operational as we continue to serve the neighborhood and city going forward.


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