About this Project
Ft. Pierce is a construction/community based project. These projects specialize in serving a community by meeting a physical and spiritual need. Construction groups most often serve by working on someone’s home through work like painting, handicap ramps, and more. Community groups serve by hosting block parties, putting on backyard bibles clubs, and much more. Students are equipped and encouraged to build relationships with homeowners and community members in hopes of sharing the gospel. All programming like a speaker and worship, in addition to food and lodging, are covered in the registration fee.
(We did not have a project located in Ft. Pierce in 2022, so the video on the left is of the project in Lake Charles, LA)
What happens when I register?
Once you register for a project, you will immediately receive a confirmation email, detailing the information you provided.
Next, you will receive an email with information about our Payment Policy (which can be found on our FAQ page) and our Camp Resources.
Lastly, you will receive an email invoice from QuickBooks for your deposit. (if you are registering after January 15th, deposits are due at the time of registration to guarantee your spots. Deposits are $60 per participant.)
The Project Coordinator (PC) works with the Coordinating team in planning and conducting the project. They supervise the participants, schedule, summer staff, and use of the lodging facility.
The Construction Coordinator (CC) works with the Coordinating team in planning and conducting the project. They supervise the worksites, materials, construction volunteers, and safety at the worksites.
The Site Coordinator (SC) works with the Coordinating team in planning and conducting the project. They supervise the facility needs, local contacts, meals on site, and follow up after the project concludes.