Hope for some is simply new pavers that keep them out of the mud. For others, it is replacing a rotting and dangerous deck. Wheelchair ramps, new flooring, walls without holes... hope comes in many forms. But Brothers' Keeper bears the hope of Christ through servanthood as our teams serve throughout the community!

FAQ

As we serve, our actions and appearance speak loudly and have the potential to influence the community’s perception of Brothers’ Keeper and most importantly our witness for Christ. Choosing modest clothing helps to avoid distractions and misunderstandings both on the project site and in camp. We ask that you choose apparel consistent with certain guidelines.

Parchment Valley and Brothers’ Keeper will not be held responsible for missing items. If you think you may lose it, don’t bring it!

The specific project you’ll be serving on will be assigned when you arrive at camp.  Projects consist of a variety of home maintenance and repair; minor construction such as wheelchair ramps, porches, decks, porch roofs; painting inside and outside; sealing trailer roofs; yard work; and many more surprises! 


Parchment Valley Conference Center
1715 Parchment Valley Rd, Ripley, WV 25271