Psalm 23 Garden

Sarah Eberle’s Psalm 23 Garden is a garden for our time, a garden for a pandemic. The famous psalm speaks of God’s presence with us in all moments of life. Sarah’s garden, designed for Bible Society, takes us on a journey through the psalm to a restful destination. We hope that circumstances will allow us to bring this garden to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2021.

The Garden

The garden brings Psalm 23 - 'The Lord is my shepherd' - to life. It offers a sense of the journey through the ups and downs of life, and leads us to a place of sanctuary. We all need that sense of sanctuary right now, don't we? You can find Sarah's garden in the Sanctuary section of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

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What does Psalm 23 mean? How can it speak to us today?

Psalm 23 is one of the nation’s favourite psalms. We’ll all have heard it, but what is it all about? It’s a story of God as a caring shepherd and a caring host. It’s about God’s faithfulness to us today, as much as to the people who first heard it centuries ago.

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The coronavirus and Psalm 23

Psalm 23 is a lovely song of faith and trust – but it's also tailor-made for times like this, when we're facing the Covid-19 pandemic.

One of the great things about Psalm 23 is the way it captures not just the times of blessing we go through – those green pastures and quiet waters – but the times of pain. 

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Kiri's story​

'In 2018 I was diagnosed with Ankylosing spondylitis, a form of joint inflammation that affects the spine. It’s a chronic, degenerative condition. In some ways it was a relief to have a diagnosis. I’d been in on-off pain for years. But, other things fell into place, like mental fog and fatigue. It was also heart-breaking, because it is incurable and tends to be progressive, although there are drugs that hold it at bay...'

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