We strive to bring hope and comfort to those in our community who are considered to be the least, the last, and the lost by providing volunteer services that offer the opportunity to change the lives of both the client and the volunteer
Thank you for your interest in serving the people of Louisiana through the Epworth Project. The Epworth Project has a long and successful history of serving the least, last and lost in our region. We believe that volunteers like you are the life-blood of our organization as well as the cornerstone of any disaster recovery process. The Epworth Project provides an all inclusive mission opportunity. Our experienced staff and comfortable facilities offer your team housing, food, tools, project assignment, project funding, site management and limited transportation all under one roof. Our projects range from building handicapped ramps to complete home rebuilds. We are currently the only organization in the seven parish area to offer this all inclusive opportunity. We believe in connecting our volunteers directly with those they serve to achieve a more holistic recovery process. The Epworth Project is ever evolving as the needs of our clients and community changes. We value the input of the volunteers whom serve with us as we constantly seek better ways to serve those in need. I sincerely hope that as you browse our website you will find the answers to your questions and take the next step in becoming an Epworth Project volunteer partner.
Thank you and God Bless,
Executive Director, Epworth Project
For information on how to register for a mission trip with the Epworth Project, visit http://www.epworthproject.com/registering-for-mission-trip/
First and foremost, while serving on a mission trip with the Epworth Project, you will act as the hands and feet of this ministry, providing physical and emotional support to our clients. By offering your time, sweat, and energy to the people of southeast Louisiana, you will help to cultivate change and allow hope to grow.
Secondly, you will learn about Louisiana culture and the unique problems citizens of vulnerable status face.
Third, you will live completely in every moment serving with every ounce of your being participating in projects from hanging drywall, laying tile, and constructing handicap ramps to working in food and clothing distribution, assisting clients with household needs, and loving clients by listening to their stories.
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