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For Bob and Peggy, Christian Appalachian Project and the Appalachian Mountains feel like home. They met here as volunteers, fell in love, and return as often as they can to continue sharing Christ’s love through service in Appalachia.Peggy was a...

CAP in the News

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) - Thursday morning Kentucky Power presented Christian Appalachian Project with a 50,000 dollar grant. Read the full story at WYMTVideo courtesy WYMT ...

Come on a Mission Trip with CAP!
Volunteer Recruitment

Searching for the next mission trip destination for your church or an alternative spring break site for your college or high school group? Christian Appalachian Project has the following opportunities for the 2018 Groups Season:WorkFest (Alternative...

Mountain Spirit

Lifting an empty plate to the sky, a camp counselor proclaims loudly, “Attention campers! We have another member of the Clean Plate Club!” Cheers erupt across the entire dining hall. Throughout the course of lunch, this announcement is repeated...

Press Releases

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Tis’ the season to be generous. Staff at Happen Stock Toys in Lexington are helping to make sure that children in Central Appalachia have a Merry Christmas. The store donated toys to Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) to be...

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