United Methodist Churches in Billings help build Habitat for Humanity home

United Methodist Churches in Billings help build Habitat for Humanity home

United Methodist Churches in Billings help build Habitat for Humanity home
9/23/2015

Story and photos submitted by the Rev. Gary Geiman

Billings area United Methodists came together Sept. 12 and 19 to help start building the latest Habitat for Humanity home in Billings. Members from all five Billings United Methodist churches worked together in the Habitat ReStore parking lot on a home that will later be moved to a Habitat subdivision in Billings Heights off Dorothy Lane. United Methodist volunteers framed walls on Sept. 12 that were raised on Sept.19. The raised walls were then sheeted and interior walls were built as construction continued.

This newest Habitat for Humanity house will become the home of Amber Guscott's family, and should be finished in December. Amber has and continues to work alongside volunteers as her new home takes shape. The Billings Metro Circuit promoted this cooperative ministry venture, and were blessed with volunteers from Grace UMC, Evangelical UMC, Shiloh UMC, Billings First UMC, and Hope UMC.


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