Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County’s 400th home is nearing completion, but there are still some slots available for volunteers on Saturday, December 10. Known as the Abraham Build, this project is a unique opportunity that focuses on “promoting interfaith dialogue” by combining local Muslim, Jewish and Christian volunteers on the same build site. Collaboration like this 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.

Location: Nicholtown Community (parking at 502 Ramsey Dr. Greenville)
Experience level: None necessary! Ages 15 and up welcomed

First Baptist has been honored to partner with these faith communities to help build a new home for the Huerta family:
Christ Church
Congregation Beth Israel
Earle Street Baptist Church
First Baptist Greenville
Greenville Muslim Community
Temple of Israel
Westminster Presbyterian Church

Sign up here to find a date and time that works for you.

If you have any questions, please reach out to any of the following people:
Walt Herbert
Matthew Loomis Rehnborg
Janet Lathrop

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

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