Good Samaritan’s Serving ASP since 1979:
- ASP 2019 Registration Form
- ASP 2019 Trip Information
- How The Appalachian Service Project Began at Good Samaritan
- A Photo History
- A List of Locations
Good Samaritan CELEBRATES 40 years of supporting ASP and its mission!
Making Homes Warmer, Safer, Drier, Transforming Lives
2018 marked Good Samaritan’s 40th year of participation in ASP. The need in the Appalachia area has not diminished and neither has our commitment to serving the wonderful people in that area. Through the years we have been blessed with a devoted group of adults who coordinate this annual service trip, along with new and returning youth volunteers and the steadfast, loving support of our congregation’s commitment to this ministry.
According to asphome.org, “each year 15,000 volunteers repair 500 homes in 28 rural Appalachian communities.” Projects can include roofing, flooring, shoring up foundations, digging drainage ditches, making rooms or homes wheel-chair accessible, or other projects that help make homes warmer, safer, and drier. In addition to building and improving homes, ASP is also a relational ministry for both the families we serve as well as those serving.
This ministry is about lifting the spirits of Appalachian families and reminding them that God’s love knows no boundaries. In the process of putting your faith in action, God acts in your heart. And when you change the lives of others, they have a way of changing you.
Enjoy the video Show-and-Tell of our Good Sam Mission Trip #39 to KY!