Appalachia Service Project
"Early" Senior Skills - Saturday, December 7
Youth who will be participating in their third or fourth year of ASP in 2014
are invited to satisfy their skill training requirement early.
On December 7, a crew will be stripping and replacing the roof
of the Jesse Lee chapel building. This six-hour project can be
used in place of your ramp building requirement for the 2014 trip.
If the weather is looking bad on December 7, please check
your Email for possible cancelation notifications.
The Appalachia Service Project (ASP) is about making a difference in the lives of low-income families in the mountains of West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina & Tennessee by:
- learning new skills to repair homes
(making them warmer, safer and drier)
- accepting "...people right where they are, just the way they are"*
(building relationships and community)
- stepping out of our comfort zone to help others
(changing lives - yours & others while bringing hope and help through home repair)
ASP is a national home repair ministry that is sponsored locally by Jesse Lee Memorial United Methodist Church. We encourage youth and adults of all faiths or with no faith affiliation and those from Ridgefield or surrounding towns to participate.
Payments to Jesse Lee ASP are not refundable after April 11
NOTE: If you do not have health insurance, a resonably-priced
policy is available from ASP national for our trip.