We end our "virtual mission trip week" of Brothers' Keeper 2020 #BKATHOME with Pastor Mark Wood. We go back in history to hear from homeowners touched by the ministry of BK. We get to see #BKATHOME mission teams at work this week. We hear memories about how BK has changed lives among our volunteers, staff and students. In addition, Blind Journey presents our evening music and of course, we close out with our BK theme song!

FAQ

Groups may collect and donate items but we need to know which items will be donated by June 1. Items will not be returned.

Items needed to be donated include: Ladders. Paint Brushes, Paint Rollers, Cleaning Supplies, Paint Extension Rods, Drop Cloths, Masking Tape, Cleaning Buckets, Cleaning Rags.

Crews Leaders may also bring (for their own use and to take home after BK): Tape Measure, Screwdriver Set, Rake, Cordless Drill & Bits, Circular Saw, Power Cord/Extension Cords, Shovel, Pruning Shears, Brooms, Ladders, Stepladders, Stools, Saw Horses, Hatchets, Drywall Tools, T Squares, etc.
 

Students are allowed to bring and use their mobile phones. Mobile phone usage is not permitted during the workday at the project team sites. Students will be able to use their phones at lunch and during free time hours. Not every network is available to all of our project teams so having students with mobile phones from different providers can sometimes make a huge difference in the ability to communicate. 

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 Conference Center
1715 Parchment Valley Rd, Ripley, WV 25271