We are skilled and amateur volunteer men and women who address modest construction projects within the community while offering hope and encouragement in Christ-centered fellowship. We have spent the last year installing dozens of accessibility ramps, many for families with a loved one suffering from ALS.
We began almost eight years ago creating the Chapel from a rundown stable and resurrecting a decaying building into Jessee Lee's Carriage House. We have moved on to many other projects on our Jesse Lee campus and in the community. The best part is that we have fun and fellowship while completing projects for people in need that might go without help otherwise. In addition to carpentry, there is a large and enthusiastic painting and design group. If you feel you possess the necessary skills with a hammer or paint brush, this is the perfect way to learn a new expertise in a loving environment with a group of hard working, fun loving people who are eager to train new comers. There are many jobs on a project, big and small. There is a place for everyone.Work Days, First Saturday of the month and most Thursdays. Pot “luck” lunches are arranged by email and are good and sometimes great. Contact Peter Swirup, and we can let you know how you can help.Love Your Neighbor As Yourself Mark 12:31
Come learn skills by working on small-scale carpentry projects in our shop to help others. We also make repairs to the infrastructure at our church campus. Last year we built an accessibility ramp for Wesley Hall. Teens are encouraged to join.We meet Wednesday nights -- Join us in Martin Hall after the Wed. Night Alive dinner (6:00 – 7:00) in Martin Hall beginning this September; breakout sessions 7:00-8:00pm
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