A community project is an opportunity for residents and those coming to serve the community to foster relationships and demonstrate God’s concern for all of His creation.
Part of the Nehemiah Project is empowering residents to be good stewards over the neighborhoods in which they live. It is a mandate that is found in the beginnings of Scripture, commanded by God to the Israelites who were in captivity to the empire of Babylon and in the rebuilding of Jerusalem.
A community project is primarily driven by the needs that residents of the neighborhood have identified with us and secondarily by ideas produced by volunteers. Typically, community projects will run from March through September.
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