The Community in Londrina began in 1992 when around 52 of us, who had gathered in Fortaleza, in the state of Ceará, traveled to the fertile south of Brazil, a well-watered land where we could plant ourselves and our children (not to mention gardens and crops) on rich farmland. We arrived in Londrina with the intention of establishing sustainable communities with a tribal life rich in the heartfelt traditions of hard work, unity, and a social life of true brotherly love.
Since that time we have grown to over 80, consisting of several families and single men and women, living a simple life in two separate communities: city and farm. In the "typical" middle-sized Brazilian city of Londrina, we make and sell our 100 percent whole-wheat bread, granola and other baked goods, and handmade beeswax candles in fairs both "at home" and in other places all over the country, to support ourselves, and as a way to meet anyone who may be interested in searching for the Creator with all their heart, learning a way of life that leads to true peace and unity with others.
We warmly invite you to visit us or contact us.