near the capitol city of Charleston. A town of about 3000 families, St. Albans faces what many small towns are facing: closed stores, few businesses, aging and poverty.
WVMAW has partnered with the St. Paul Community and Economic Development Corporation at the invitation of Rev. Michael Poke to bring hands of hope and help to families in this community. This is an ecumenical effort that has brought together Presbyterians, Baptists, Methodists and many others to remind us that we are all one in Christ Jesus.
ACCOMODATIONS are at the First Presbyterian Church in St. Albans. There are bunks, a fully equipped kitchen, and showers. You may need to bring cots or air mattresses.
SURROUNDING AREA has plenty of grocery stores and fast food locations.
PROJECT MANAGER – Reverend David Bush
David is the part-time pastor at Winfield Presbyterian Church, and a Contractor. He has been working with families in the Clendenin and Elkview area of WV that have been particularly hard hit by flooding, leading WVMAW and other volunteers to bring help and hope. You will also meet Pastor Michael Poke from St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist who is the Executive Director of SPCEDC. For work in the local area, WVMAW is pleased to partner with this community development agency.
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