The H.O.M.E. Project (Helping Others a Methodist Experience) is a one-day service project to make repairs to low income housing in the Fort Bend area. Special skills are not required, only willing hearts and hands. Ages 16+ are welcome. Ages 12 to 15 can come with a parent. This mission is one Saturday in late April or early May where Christ Church partners with other Methodist churches to serve those in need in our area.
All the work done is a labor of love with no cost to the homeowner. The sites are selected from referrals by social service agencies. Clients are residents of Fort Bend County who are having financial difficulties, senior citizens on fixed incomes or just those who have no means of fixing their homes. This is a way of improving the quality of life for those who cannot help themselves.
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Come join over 200 volunteers from surrounding Methodist churches for the annual home repair project. Since 1994, the HOME project has repaired over 300 homes for the elderly and financially challenged neighbors in our immediate area. Repair efforts are concentrated in the Fort Bend County area. Come join us as we follow in the footsteps of the “Great Carpenter” for a one-day volunteer effort. No repair experience is necessary! Registration forms available at the HOME Project table in the Volunteer Center or on-line at www.umhomeproject.org. Contact Mark Pharr 281.980.7744 or Tom Brune 281.265.6277 for more details.
If you would like to help fund our H.O.M.E. Project, please click here and select ‘Missions Donations’ and type ‘H.O.M.E. Project’ in the memo line.
Contact Team Leader: Mark Pharr