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A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to go to church with my housemates at a Foursquare church. It was a lively service, very different from my regular Catholic Mass, but similar to past experiences I have had at retreats. I enjoyed the chance to...

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  One day in early January, I was interrupted from some of the daily cleaning duties at the pantry when the phone rang. It was one of our participants, speaking at a cheerful near-yell. “HEY! It’s me! It’s Bobbie!” I instantly recognized the man who...

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  Before the holidays, I had the pleasure of spending two days working at CAP's Christmas Basket distributions. One day in Jackson County and the other in Rockcastle County. I enjoyed both days as a chance to serve with my housemates, which I rarely...

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This week, Christian Appalachian Project commissioned 10 new volunteers for a year of Service, Community, and Spirituality in Appalachia. Each January, Christian Appalachian Project offers a smaller long-term volunteer orientation for applicants who...

Volunteer Voices

Following 3 yearly trips with our church to work at CAP, my husband and I finally made the decision to become long-term volunteers. We had planned to do some sort of service work after we retired, and the Christian Appalachian Project was a perfect...

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