Orchard and DBC Present: The Pitch

Do you lead a Christ-centered non-profit organization? Would a $50,000 grant transform your ministry and take it to the next level? Apply today to participate in “The Pitch”!   The Pitch is a shark-tank-style competition that allows non-profit leaders to apply for an opportunity to be awarded a $50,000 grant for their

Black History Month

Black History Month is a time to reflect on the exceptional Black leaders, innovators and trailblazers who have helped shape our American history. At Orchard we have the privilege of working with and supporting non-profit Christian leaders who have made significant impact in their communities, some being the first

Orchard: 2022 Kickoff

As we kick off 2022, we are reminder at Orchard of how excited we are by the work we are able to do!Many ministry leaders are unsure of next steps and find themselves isolated in their work. Orchard has the privilege and the joy to help these leaders bridge

Orchard: Our Journey for Good

The ministries of Orchard are built around the gifts, talents, and interests of the people who we partner with. Our Partners are the heartbeat of what we do. From feeding the hungry, mentoring students, to fighting human trafficking, our 80+ Partners are using their gifts and passions to meet some of the world’s

Orchard: Our Journey for Good

In Orchard’s 25 years of ministry work, we have seen many changes. We have helped our ministry partners respond, serve and engage with the most relevant issues of our day. This requires our team to help provide relevant resources, ideas, and spiritual support in a constantly changing world around us.  

Sabbath Rest Silent Retreat: Advent

Amidst this busy holiday season, do you wish there was more time for rest and reflection in your life? Then join us for a special event: Advent Sabbath Rest! Come on December 15th for an extended period of silence and prayer on 22 acres of beautiful wooded land in Sandy Springs

Orchard: Our Journey for Good

Dan Hayes, founder of Orchard, would be the first to tell you that without that initial community there to believe in the ideas he was convicted of 25+ years ago, there would be no Orchard. He says, “The people [of Orchard] are big hearted and are always seeking to build