SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Onondaga Hill Presbyterian Church in partnership with Group Mission Trips in Loveland, Colo., will bring hundreds of teens to Central New York next summer to offer free home repair to those in need in our community. “They are partnering with local schools, churches, businesses and government offices to bring help to those in need in the city of Syracuse and surrounding areas,” said the Rev. Robert Langston, the pastor of OHPC, in Syracuse. Group Workcamps are intensive one-week trips that help teens grow in Christian faith through service to the community. Adults and teens from around the country, who represent many Christian denominations, will spend one week in our community performing hands-on home repair projects for elderly, low-income and/or disabled families. The youth, who are 14 to 20 years old, will be in CNY from June 24 to 30, 2018.
SPECIAL NOTE: Bins will be placed at all of our exits for the donations. Any questions, please feel free to contact Cindy Heath via phone or email at the parish office.
We are hoping to provide all of the toiletries needed for the youth during their stay.
We will also be providing the youth a snack and drink when they return from their work day on Monday, June 25th. Other churches in the area will be doing the other days.