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Volunteers From Princeton Churches Help Residents of Appalachia | Town Topics

Volunteers From Princeton Churches Help Residents of Appalachia

Zulfi Karim, secrétaire du Conseil des mosquées de Bradford, et Rudi Leavor, président de la synagogue de la réforme de Bradford. Photo: Gary Calton

Bradford synagogue saved by city's Muslims

Bradford (UK) synagogue saved by city's Muslims Faced with closure a year ago, today Bradford's synagogue's future is bright, a model of cross-cultural co-operation

Easton church group off to Appalachia on mission trip http://easton.wickedlocal.com/article/20150701/NEWS/150709387  #ASPHome

Easton church group off to Appalachia on mission trip

Good Samaritan and two police officers pull man from burning building. #GoodNews

Good Samaritan and two police officers pull man from burning building.

Redding Congregational Church and friends mission trip

On a recent trip to Appalachia, Virginia, a group of Redding church members and local high school students experienced a rude awakening about what life is

Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church and Appalachia Service Project Inc. are partnering to build 25 replacement homes over the next 12 months for homeowners who lost it all

Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church and Appalachia Service Project Inc. are partnering to build 25 replacement homes over the next 12 months for homeowners who lost it all

Each year, the Congregational Church of New Fairfield youth group participates…

Forum on Faith: Appalachia Service Project provides meaning for New Fairfield church’s youth

Each year, the Congregational Church of New Fairfield youth group participates…

Jesse Lee Appalachia Service Project honored nine graduating seniors who have participated in the ministry during all four years of high school. From left: Noah Sasse, Rachel Black, Elizabeth Parks, Victoria Nazworth, Caitlyn Brandon, Shannon Ducey, Will Zieman, Brian Maher and Colin Storm. — Dave Sigworth photo

Jesse Lee Appalachia Service Project honored nine graduating seniors who have participated in the ministry during all four years of high school. From left: Noah Sasse, Rachel Black, Elizabeth Parks, Victoria Nazworth, Caitlyn Brandon, Shannon Ducey, Will Zieman, Brian Maher and Colin Storm. — Dave Sigworth photo

Appalachian Regional Commission grants $300,000 to ASP for 'New Build Appalachia' Initiative http://www.asphome.org/NewsDetail.asp?RecordKey=106643FB-D499-4C1A-B57C-20AF50672D26  #ASPHome

Appalachian Regional Commission grants $300,000 to ASP for 'New Build Appalachia' Initiative http://www.asphome.org/NewsDetail.asp?RecordKey=106643FB-D499-4C1A-B57C-20AF50672D26 #ASPHome

Race to Build - Bristol Motor Speedway, Appalachia Service Project partner in a race week home build at the track #ASPhome #ASPNewBuild

Race to Build - Bristol Motor Speedway, Appalachia Service Project partner in a race week home build at the track

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