Pumpkin Patch at Maple Springs
Maple Springs is widely known as “the pumpkin church”. Since 1978, Maple Springs has offered pumpkins for sale to the community in October. The pumpkin patch was managed and operated by our Youth with adult supervision and support. Proceeds were used to support our youth ministry programs for the year.
Recently, pumpkin patch operation was broadened to be a church-wide ministry. Youth are, of course, still an important part of the program, but proceeds are now used more broadly to help fund our church-wide missions and outreach ministries.
Perhaps the most important part of the pumpkin patch is welcoming members of the community to our church campus. We offer an open invitation to members of our community to worship, work, and serve God with us. The pumpkin patch is one way we can invite the community to make a first visit to our church in a comfortable environment for a fun time of shopping for pumpkins.
For more information, please contact Mary Taylor Setliff.
2017 Pumpkin Patch
The Pumpkin Patch at Maple Springs, one of Winston-Salem's favorite harvest-time traditions, is celebrating its 38th year!
Pumpkins will be sold October 2 through October 31. The Patch is open Monday through Friday from 1pm to 7pm. It also open on Saturday from 11am to 7pm and on Sundays from 12pm to 7pm. Make plans to visit with your family and friends to find the right pumpkin(s) for your Halloween and harvest time celebrations! Many shapes, sizes, colors, and varieties will be available.
Maple Springs welcomes school and class visits to the pumpkin patch. To schedule a visit for your group, please contact Mary Taylor Setliff.
Movie in the Patch
Friday, October 14 @ 7pm- Bring a blanket and watch "The Great Pumpkin"
Maple Springs Volunteers
Please use the button below to sign up for pumpkin sale volunteer shifts. Thank you for your help!
Pumpkin Patch Palooza!
Sunday, October 22, 2017
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Maple Springs United Methodist Church
2569 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
FREE admission and parking, donations of canned food accepted