Volunteer Work Day
believe.love.serve. – Saturday, November 17, 2018
Online registration for believe.love.serve. is now open. Click on the blue “Register” button at the top left of this web page to register online.
Help us get ready for the fall/winter camp season. Pick up a paint brush, prep buildings for winter – every little bit helps!
Be our guest – stay (for FREE)! We’ll provide overnight accommodations (as space allows), childcare (for ages 2-8 only unless special arrangements are made) and meals.
Any participants under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian or another adult (if attending with a church group) who is responsible for their care.
Bring your family, your friends, your small group, youth group – why not the whole church?
Work begins at 9:00 am on Saturday and continues, with breaks, until around 4:00 pm. We’re flexible, though; if you want to come up on Friday afternoon for a few hours as well or if you can’t make it until later Saturday morning, we would love to have you join us.
Covenant Harbor is offering free overnight stays on the weekend you volunteer (as space allows) and Saturday breakfast (if you make it by 8:00 am), lunch, and dinner. Come up on Friday night for an early start Saturday or stay over until Sunday and rest after a full day (as space allows).
What will you be doing? Below is a list of possible projects that we will be looking to tackle during “believe.love.serve.”
Walls, doors, door-frames, chair railing, stairway railings, bathroom dividers, trim work, elevator doors, boathouse railing, window frames, and more.
Several buildings need a deep cleaning. Some of the tasks involved will be to wash curtains, shower curtains, vents, mattresses, and kick plates, clean out fireplaces, clean carpets and furniture, power wash the exterior, and more.
Weeding, raking, and cleaning up.
Various projects including drywall repair, deck repair, replace door latches and stops, duct work repair, cut new vents in shower doors, screen repair, caulking, add fiberglass board to showers, add wood trim around A/C units, install down spouts, electrical labeling on circuit breakers (electrician), work on A/C-heating units (someone with this knowledge), and more.