Please take a moment to view some pictures of our annual Habitat build....
Habitat Project Set To Build Rex Road Home in May
Spreading its home-building ministry to neighboring churches, Central will partner with State Street United Methodist Church and Habitat for Humanity to create a new home for Brandon & Jennifer Campbell and their four children in May.
Brandon works at United Fiber Systems and Jennifer works for AT & T. Their children are Micahel, Destiny, Brandon, and Emilee, age 12 down to age 4.
Habitat committee members laid out plans to build the home beginning May 5, on a lot on Rex Road in Bristol, TN.
Using the "blitz build" idea, the home should be completed May 24, ready for a June dedication.
Both churches will provide volunteers throughout the build, as well as many community businesses and agencies.
Central’s Habitat Committee Chair is Joe Davis and he is assisted by Hugh Wise, Terry Stone, Ann Landis, and other volunteer committee members.
Most of Central's projects have been coordinated with Holston Habitat in Tennessee, though Bristol homes have been built on both sides of the state line, plus one in Abingdon with the Washington County Habitat affliate. Outside of Habitat projects, after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf coast, Central Presbyterian partially built a home in Bristol and carried it to Mississippi and finished the build on location.