Abraham build is a unique opportunity that focuses on “promoting Interfaith dialogue” by combining local Muslim, Jewish and Christian volunteers on the same build site. This build strives to bring these faith communities together to foster dialogue and a deeper understanding of their varying faiths through the joint construction of a Habitat home.

It has been three years since the first Abraham home build, and we are excited to partner on this shared event again.

Sign-up information will be sent out soon, so please stay tuned!

Start Date: September 7

End Date: December 22

Location: Nicholtown Community (parking at 502 Ramsey Dr., Greenville)

Experience level: None necessary! Ages 15 and up welcomed

Shifts: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8:00am-3:30pm; half-day shifts available 8:00am-12:00noon and 11:30am-3:30pm (lunch provided; plan to eat lunch on site)

Work type: Depends on the stage of the project but will include tasks like framing walls, siding installation, trim work, painting, shelving hardware install and landscaping

Local Partners include:

Christ Church

Congregation Beth Israel

Earle Street Baptist Church

First Baptist Greenville

Greenville Muslim Community

Temple of Israel

Westminster Presbyterian Church

If you have any questions, please reach out to any of the following people

Jennifer Craig (jennifer.craig@firstbaptistgreenville.com)

Walt Herbert (waltherbert3@gmail.com)

Matthew Loomis Rehnborg (mrehnborg@gmail.com)

Janet Lathrop (jlathrop@habitatgreenville.org)

—Walt Herbert and Matthew Loomis Rehnborg, Missions and Affiliations Committee Habitat Build Volunteer Coordinators

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