I.RENOVATION OF BARN:
1. Men/teenagers with carpentry experience to work on renovating inside of the barn. Barn has electricity to it but needs to have large meeting room and perhaps smaller rooms built in it as well.
2. Plan to have balcony on two sides of it
3. Stair steps will need to be rebuilt.
Target Date: April 1, 2014.
II. PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT: Men/teenagers with carpentry experience needed to build age appropriate equipment for young children in the Buckeye Bend Jr. Corral in front of the barn.
Target Date: April 1.
III. CREATION OF WALKING TRAILS:
1. Ministry will be seeking advice from KY Forestry Office for location of trails.
2. Men/teenagers needed to clear woods and create wide walking trails with benches along the way and Bible verse holders.
Target Date: June 1.
IV. BUILDING OF DORMITORY: Men with carpentry, electrical, and/or plumbing skills needed.
Target Date: Summer 2014.
The Huntley Haven of Rest was created to be a place where pastors, missionaries, can come with their families as well as all Christian families to spend time with the Lord and with one another. It is named in loving memory and honor of Cheryl Erwin’s parents Eugene F. and Leah Jean Lippe Huntley. The motto of HHR is “Jesus Christ is #1 at HHR”. In order to minister effectively within the body of Christ, one must be willing to invest time in personal communication with our Lord Jesus Christ through prayer, His Word, and just being quiet and listening for His still small voice of love and guidance. The location of Huntley Haven and the atmosphere of peace affords Christians from everywhere those opportunities.
Size of Teams: 6 men or 4 men with 2 teenage boys.
Available dates for teams to come: January 2014 until all projects are completed.
Housing and food preparation: The teams can sleep at the refurbished 100 year old house at Huntley Haven. Food will be provided as well.
Materials for Project: Ministry will provide the materials. Seven antique light fixtures will be used as part of lighting in barn!
Are background checks of volunteers required for this project? No