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WARM (Weatherization and Repair Ministry)

Posted: February 1, 2018 3:52 p.m.
Updated: February 2, 2018 1:00 a.m.
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Lawrence Williams of St. Paul United Methodist Church makes bathroom repairs.

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WARM was started in 1989.

Purpose/motto:  “Reaching into the community with Christ’s love to improve the homes of our neighbors in need.”

WARM took place Nov. 3-4, 2017, and helped 12 local families.

A celebration service was held on Nov 5 at First United Methodist Church for all volunteers and homeowners.

More than 60 people volunteered to work.

All work is done free of charge

Building materials are paid for by the churches.

Miller Lumber, Lowes and Camden Builders Supply provide discounts on building materials.

Meals are provided by participating churches.

Referrals for home repairs are received from the United Way -- please call (803) 432-0951 if you or someone you know is in need of home repairs.

If your church would like to be involved with WARM this fall or to donate, please call Lyttleton Street UMC at (803) 432-3191.

Jobs we do at WARM:

Repair floors, replace windowpanes, repair roof leaks, build ramps, replace siding, fix leaking plumbing, insulate homes.

WARM Steering Committee Churches

Camden First United Methodist Church

Edwards Chapel AME

Emmanuel United Methodist Church

Gordon Street Church of God

Grace Episcopal Church

Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church

McLeod’s Chapel in Rembert

Mt. Zion Baptist BRR

Springhill United Methodist Church

St. John’s United Methodist Church

St. Matthew United Methodist Church

St. Paul United Methodist Church

Union Baptist Church in Rembert

 

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