Appalachian Service Project
The Appalachian Service Project (ASP) will leave you with a passion for service, renewed compassion for others and a fresh appreciation for your place and purpose in life.
ASP has been in existence for 47 years serving the rural Appalachia, low income families to help repair homes. Volunteers are from around the country. Their motto is to make a "warmer, safer, drier" home. This is a Christian ministry open to everyone. They accept people "where they are and just the way they are".
2017 is the fourth year our church participated in the Appalachian Service Project in Guyan Valley, West Virginia.
Mission projects include patching leaks, building walls, repair on stairs, plumbing, electrical, painting; each project is individualized to the groups skills.
Middle School Mission Trip
June 18 - 23, 2017
This summer, we attended PASSPORTmissions in Danville, Virginia for a week-long camp full of fun, fellowship, and service.
Click HERE to see pictures from our adventure.
High School Mission Trip
July 9 - July 15, 2017
During their week at the Montreat Youth Conference, high school students will work with Asheville Youth Missions to support the community with meaningful service projects throughout the week.
See pictures of our trip HERE.