The Hartford Project
Open to current 6th and 7th grade students
The Hartford Project (THP) is an urban ministry immersion experience for teenagers in New England. Students will live in Hartford for five days and serve the community, learn about poverty, experience racial reconciliation, and build relationships with the wider Body of Christ.
The Hartford Project has three main components: Service, Discipleship, and Life in the City.
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Sutton, West Virginia
($250 family payment and $500 to be raised in support or paid in full by family.)
Open to current 8th graders
Impact Week is designed to broaden our students' worldview, engage them in service opportunities, and equip them to share God’s truth with unbelievers. It is designed for students who are serious in their relationship with Jesus Christ and want to serve others and share God’s love with people. Students will serve at work projects in the morning and participate in local outreach programs in the afternoon. Work projects may include deck construction, digging trenches, plumbing, and painting. Afternoon outreach happens at the town pool, where our team facilitates competitions, dramas, crafts, personal testimonies, and a live concert. All of these activities are designed to guide people into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
All students will go through an application process to ensure suitability for the trip. Students must be committed to the team for the entire duration of the trip.
Spots available: 26. Click here to register.
Access the Impact Week Recommendation Form