- August 7: St. Paul Park
- 515 or 519 Pullman Avenue, St. Paul Park
Habitat for Humanity’s work locally and around the world is well-known and deeply impacting for families needing permanent housing. The Twin Cities branch of Habitat for Humanity continues to build homes for clients and St. Andrew has the opportunity to participate, returning to a multi-home building site in Chaska worked on last summer.
What are our projects? On June 6th, we will be returning to a projected St. Andrew has worked in previous summers. We will be completing a punch list which could include things like finish painting, attaching door knobs and cabinet handles, bathroom fixtures, and many other tasks. On August 7, we will engage in more construction-related projects on the project in St. Paul Park.
Thanks to Benevolence Fund financial support to encourage Christian service to others, workers from St. Andrew can sign up below. Volunteers need no special skills to volunteer. General construction experience is helpful, but not required. All appropriate training is provided on site by Habitat employees.
Contact: Pastor Peter Johnson
Lunch: Lunch and beverages are provided on both days thanks to Thrivent.
Volunteers: Up to 12 volunteers each day. 17-18 year old volunteers are welcomed if there is a 4:1 ratio with adults.
Pandemic protocols: For updated information on Habitat’s COVID safety updates, www.tchabitat.org/coronavirus