With hammers and saws our Appalachia Service Project teams have worked every year, for 40 years, to help make homes warmer, safer, and drier. This year’s 23-person team, led by youth pastor Skitch Matson, will go to Rainelle, West Virginia, ravaged by flash floods last year. The team leads worship on Sunday, July 9, 10 a.m. Don’t miss this inspiring worship service! 

ASP is a Christian ministry, but it is open to those of any faith. It aims to inspire hope and service — instilling compassion for other people and a fresh appreciation for one’s place and purpose in the world. Preparation was an eight-month process that included learning Appalachian culture and raising funds with an auction dinner and Super Bowl hoagies. For more information, click here.