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Highland Service Project

Highland Service Project (HSP) is a week long mission for high school youth in Raleigh, NC.  Together with adult leaders, youth repair homes for low-income seniors in Wake County.  Our goal is for Christ to open our eyes to the needs of people "in our own backyards," and know that we can make a difference in the lives of God's people here and now.

Help Out in the HSP Kitchen Throughout the week we are in need of volunteers who can donate food and/or serve meals to hungry campers.  This is a great way to plug into HSP without a large time commitment or construction skills!  Check out our Sign Up Genius and see how you can help.  More detailed directions are at the top of the sign up page.

Wednesday Evening Potluck The HSP Potluck will be Wednesday Night July 25. We are very excited to host you at Camp Lapihio for dinner! Please bring a dinner dish to share.  We will have lots of hungry campers who can't wait to eat a meal with you and share about the work we're doing.  Dinner begins at 5:45, and it is a 15 minute drive from the Glenwood entrance of Umstead State Park to Camp Lapihio. Follow the signs for HSP once inside the park. Directions to Camp Lapihio

2018 Camp Details

Support HSP:  Donate to HSP!

For much of HSP's history, our partner organization, Resources for Seniors, provided all of the building materials needed for projects.  However, due to budget constraints, we now have to buy all construction supplies ourselves.  Any donation towards this effort helps us to offset the costs of camp, and make HSP sustainable long-term.

For more information about this annual summer ministry, check out highlandserviceproject.org

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