Appalachian Service Project

Appalachian Service Project (ASP) provides one of the most rewarding, structured service opportunities in the nation -- bringing hundreds of volunteers from around the country to rural Central Appalachia to repair homes for low-income families. 

Every other year, St. Anne forms a team of students and advisors that take a week out of their lives to travel to Tennessee, West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia or North Carolina to work with area residents to build porches, dig drainage, replace siding, and perform many other labor-intensive activities. 

And every year, our students return home with enormous sense of accomplishment, a renewed compassion for others, and a deeper relationship with God.

Update 2014:
The team of 22 St. Anne members traveled to Tennessee from June 8 to June 14. Their trip was wonderfully eventful, satisfying and blessed. The team shared the highlights of their spiritual journey to the congregation on August 17th.

If you'd like to be a part of the 2016 team, we'd love to have you! For more information contact Dan Hinger at dhinger@bna.com.

For more information on this national program, please go here: www.asphome.org.