Second Baptist Pumpkin Patch

2023 PUMPKIN PATCH SEASON AND SCHEDULE

PATCH OPENS: September 30

 Mon – Sat 10:00 a.m. – sunset

Sun 12:00 p.m. – sunset

Pumpkin Festival: October 21

Last Day of Sales: October 31

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About the Patch

The Second Baptist Pumpkin Patch offers pumpkins and gourds of all shapes, sizes, and colors along with hay bales, flowers, carving kits and more.  We are your local, one-stop shop for fall decorations.   Don’t forget to snap a picture at one of our photo areas and before you leave, please sample a complimentary slice of pumpkin bread – baked daily by church members – and offered as a gift to all guests to the patch. All proceeds from the Second Baptist Pumpkin Patch support student missions for children and ministries.  Over the years, the patch has supported student mission trips to Helena, Arkansas, the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, New York City, Atlanta and South Africa and has funded local  mission projects for Memphis teens, empowering them to use creativity to make their neighborhoods safer and more beautiful.  All in the name of Christ and thanks to the generosity of our Memphis community.

We are extremely proud that the Second Baptist Pumpkin Patch has become a fall tradition for hundreds of individuals and families in East Memphis. For over fifteen years, volunteers, neighbors, guests and friends from the community have helped create a place of welcome, kindness, fun, and play in our church’s front yard. In our patch, for a month, all kinds of people representing all areas of the city say “yes 2 pumpkins” and come together under the umbrella of Christian hospitality.

In the book of Hebrews, the author writes, “Let mutual love continue. Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing that some have entertained angels without knowing it.” This spirit is the foundation our patch and we hope the mutual love shared in our patch – from our first unload to the last sale – can overflow into the lives of our visitors and out into Memphis and beyond

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