After taking a Covid-19 forced break, Nashville Presbytery resumed (somewhat) tornado relief work this weekend by building Sheds of Hope on disaster-displaced homeowner’s properties. MNA Disaster Response is still subject to a robust-volunteer-mobilization pause, however, we were cautiously able to support the presbytery’s resumption of operations by shipping Sheds of Hope to Nashville to support their work. All of the volunteers were coordinated by the presbytery. We were impressed by their organization,… Read More
Thanks to Dick Forrester, a Deacon at Lake Oconee PCA, we have refreshed the file download section of Sheds of Hope website. Lake Oconee PCA has a lot of experience pre-building Sheds of Hope, with about 65 builds under their belts. We recently asked Dick to take a look at the files that were hosted on the site and update them, and add a few new files that teams regularly need. We… Read More
Dubbed the “The City of Opportunity” at its founding, Seneca SC still claims its title, maybe even more so now than when the city originally chartered in 1874 as “Seneca City’. The city was originally named for a 1700’s Indian village, Esseneca, located on the banks of the nearby Seneca River. Now many, many new opportunities exist to rebuild this community located in the ‘Upcountry’ region of South Carolina. 21 tornadoes swept… Read More
A Sheds of Hope Welding Project?
Hurry Up & Wait?
That’s the best way to learn, right? On Saturday March 7, the Sheds of Hope building teams of Memorial Presbyterian Church – Elizabethton TN and Lake Oconee Presbyterian Church – Eatonton GA joined together at the Rome Warehouse to train approximately 25 students of Georgia Tech in Sheds of Hope building skills. The event was hosted by MNA Disaster Response and Winshape Camps. The MNA Charles H. Jones Family Disaster Relief Warehouse… Read More