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CAP in the News

Over Spring break this year, I got the opportunity to go on the service-learning trip to the Christian Appalachian Project, CAP, in Eastern Kentucky. For this trip, we stay at a large boarding house of sorts, with other students from colleges across...

CAP in the News

Jon Miller's faith has taken him far. On mission trips, Miller has done home renovations for families in Appalachian towns in Kentucky and built stairs up a mountainside in Peru. Read more at Times Herald.   ...

WorkFest Roofing Crew
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At the end of each week of WorkFest and YouthFest, a CAP volunteer or employee will share a closing devotion with the college and high school students who have so generously spent their sping break serving with us and our participant homeowners. One...

CAP in the News

The bitterly cold winter may have been a bit easier on many folks - due to part to the efforts of a local teen.South Laurel High School student, Keaton Brown, saw a need in her community and took action to help others by continuing the "Coat of Many...

Press Releases

By: Tina BrysonENDICOTT, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Camp Shawnee will not be offering programming at the camp facility this summer due to safety concerns caused by a mudslide on the camp road.   “Camp Shawnee has been a...

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