Sierra Service Project
The Sierra Service Project is an annual summer mission where the youth teams travel to a western state Indian Reservation for construction projects.
The Sierra Service Project was July 26 through August 2. This year's SSP team traveled to Chiloquin, Oregon, and were hosted at the Chiloquin United Methodist Church. The group worked on roofing, fences, buyilding porches, stairs, and wheelchair ramps. For information, contact David Enger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sierra Service project was July 20th through July 27th. The team worked on an Indian Reservation, Navajo Nation, located in the town of Tsaile, Arizona, and stayed at the Diné College in their residence halls. The group worked on roofing, building porches, stairs, and wheelchair ramps.
Following is a video of the 2013 SSP trip.
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