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CAP in the News

Before dawn on Sunday, March 24, a team of eight from St. John's Episcopal Church gathered in the church parking lot to pack two vans and head off to a mission with the Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. Read...

Press Releases

By: Alyssa McFaddenMT. VERNON, Ky. — Rockcastle County High School’s Honors Club demonstrated their commitment to helping people in need in the community by serving at Christian Appalachian Project’s Grateful Bread Food Pantry.  “We are...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment

We are still in need of long-term volunteers for August 2019. Our final deadline (May 31) is rapidly approaching and interviews are being scheduled for June and July. If you are interested in serving people in need in Appalachia click here to...

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.   ...

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