Saturday, February 17, 2007

Great Day to Build a Habitat House

So, OK, I admit the thermometer on my back porch says it is 32 degrees Fahrenheit , but the powerful winter sun is shining brightly this morning. It's a great day to go out and work on the Habitat for Humanity House in St. Mary's. This house is sponsored financially and physically by twelve area churches. I will be joining with The Rev. Frank Logue and others from our "mother church" -- King of Peace Episcopal Church in Kingsland. In two or three previous days of building, other workers on this "Apostles' Build" have the house under roof. Today is "siding day" and we hope to get a lot done.

If you would like to join us, the house is located at the end of Douglas Drive. If you are coming from I-95, head east on Laurel Island Parkway which becomes Colerain Road, and follow it to the end of Colerain. Turn right and take an immediate left onto Douglas Drive. You still have time to join us. We plan to get there at 9:00 a.m.

If you miss today's efforts, try again next Saturday. We will build on Saturdays until the house is finished, but we hope that won't be very long. Don't miss this opportunity to provide housing for a deserving family. It will warm your heart.

Pastor Linda
The Rev. Linda McCloud
Founding Pastor
The Episcopal Church of Our Savior at Honey Creeki

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