2015 – Mission Possible Work Camp
Our 2015 Mission Possible work camp involved serving our neighbors at Catamount Hill in Allenstown. Please visit our work camp webpage for a recap.
2014 – REACH Work Camp
The 2014 work camp took place in Cairo NY. During the week we met so many wonderful neighbors and worked alongside Christians from all over the US. It’s amazing what can be accomplished when we gather in God’ s name.
2013 – Mission Possible Work Camp
The 2013 work camp took place at home this year! We served our neighbors in Allenstown, Pembroke, and Deerfield doing home repairs for those in need. It was an amazing week and we are thankful to God, our community and neighbors, the many volunteers, work campers, and leaders.
Please visit our video recap: Mission Possible 2013 Video
2012 – REACH Work Camp
The 2012 REACH work camp took place in Ontario, NY. Click the video links, below, to see highlights.
2011 – Mission Possible Work Camp
Our second week-long local work camp took place in August 2011, during which we provided home renovations for four local families. We were blessed with an enthusiastic group of volunteer work campers, crew leaders, and worship leaders as well as countless volunteers who generously donated time, food, prayer and supplies. Thank you to Panera and Pizzeria Uno’s for the donations of food. We are so grateful to all of you who made Mission: Possible Work Camp 2011 a huge success. Praise the Lord!
2010 – REACH Work Camp
In July 2010 our senior high youth and youth group leaders attended a REACH work camp in Windsor, Maine. The camp ran from July 11 to July 17.
2009 – Mission Possible Work Camp
In response to our “Service Beyond Our Walls” initiative, designed to give our congregation the opportunity to use its God given gifts and talents as a group to serve its neighbors in the Pembroke and Allenstown communities, we organized and implemented a week long “work camp” in August 2009. The entire congregation was involved with this project in some capacity. Involvement included performing the actual work on neighbors’ homes, supporting the work teams by providing food, donations, prayer and supplies, administering the project, and leading the Spiritual component of the week long work camp.
Assisting neighbors with home repairs was only one facet of the overall project. The most rewarding aspects of this endeavor were the relationships and friendships that we built within the community. The church is hopeful that work camp 2009 is the beginning of an ongoing ministry of “Service Beyond Our Walls”.