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Highland Service Project

Highland Service Project (HSP) is a week long mission for high school youth in Raleigh, NC.  Together with adult leaders, youth repair homes for low-income seniors in Wake County.  This year HSP is June 25-July 1.  Our goal is for Christ to open our eyes to the needs of people "in our own backyards," and know that we can make a difference in the lives of God's people here and now.

Here's how you can support this year's team:

1) Come to the Potluck!

On Wednesday night of camp (June 28) join us for a potluck dinner at Camp Lapihio (our home for the week).  The meal begins at 5:45pm.  We'll have many hungry youth and adults, so bring plenty of food to share.  We can't wait to share with you about the work we are doing!  If you cannot make it to the potluck, but would like to contribute food, drop food items off in the Bradley Hall kitchen by 3pm on June 28.

Directions to Camp: Take Glenwood Ave to the entrance of Umstead State Park.  Once you have entered the park, follow the road past the welcome center. Take a left, and then a right. At the fork in the road, bear right and follow signs for Camp Lapihio.  We will have signs with "HSP" and an arrow at each intersection.

Directions to Camp Lapihio

2) Pray for Highland's youth and adult participants.  Here's the list of HSP Participants 2017.

3) Help feed campers!  We need folks to help provide food and prepare meals throughout the week. 

4) Give Donate to HSP!

For much of HSP's history, our partner organization, Resources for Seniors, provided all of the building materials needed for projects.  However, due to budget constraints, we now have to buy all construction supplies ourselves.  Any donation towards this effort helps us to offset the costs of camp, and make HSP sustainable long-term.

For more information about this annual summer ministry, check out highlandserviceproject.org