Back at the end of June, we revived an old tradition here at our parish.
In the church's courtyard, we have a flamouri (or teal) tree, which produces a tea that is popular in Greece. In the past, the parishioners collected the tea, dried it, and then packaged it in bags in order to give to visitors at the parish's feast day on July 1.
With the help of a few parishioners (and the kids!), we revived the tradition this year and let the tea dry for about 10 days.
We then gave it out at our feast day and simply allowed people to make a goodwill offering for the church, if they so desired.