The World Fellowship Center is a multigenerational camp and conference center promoting peace and social justice through education and dialogue, inspired by nature. We are a unique, progressive oasis on 455 acres in the splendor of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. From late June through mid-September, our guests (and staff!) can study the issues of the day with an endless stream of fascinating presenters and programs while relishing the surrounding area that is ideal for hiking, biking, and sight seeing. Mile-long Whitton Pond offers many summertime pleasures: swimming, canoeing, rowing, fishing, sunbathing, and blueberry picking. We are secular, not-for-profit, multicultural, and inclusive.
On-site we have four acres are cleared for farming, of which half an acre has been farmed organically continuously since the early 1970s. The primary purpose of the farm operation is to provide top quality organic vegetables for the sustenance of our guests and staff, but we look forward to exploring other future possibilities, including a CSA. We have a 17’ by 48’ greenhouse and a small, venerable International Harvester tractor.
Each summer we seek experienced or apprentice farmers to help with this operation. If interested in exploring opportunities with us, please contact Andy at Andy@worldfellowship.org or by calilng 603-447-2280.