Each summer, The Community Church of Mountain Lakes sends teams of youth and adults to a part of Appalachia for a summer service experience through Appalachian Service Project. ASP’s mission is to make homes warmer, safer, and drier while building caring relationships.
This past summer, seven youth and adults traveled to the Logan County ASP center in Logan, West Virginia to work on homes.
To hear ASP member’s reflections on last year's experience, listen here:
We host several fundraisers during the year to help cover the cost of the trip. Stay tuned for fundraisers for this year's trip.
ASP Youth Mission Trip
Doors Open: 7:30 pm
Concert: 8:00-11:00 pm
Tickets: $30 in advance via the link above;
$35 at the door.
Tickets are limited and include beer/wine.
The Outside Band, with special guest opener Charlie Don’t Surf, will perform a benefit concert on Saturday, March 28th with proceeds supporting the Appalachia Service Project (ASP) student and chaperone teams from The Community Church of Mountain Lakes and St. Peter’s Episcopal Church’s as they spend one week rebuilding and repairing homes for poor families in West Virginia this summer.
The Outside Band, Morris County’s foremost country rock jam band with a little bluegrass thrown in, integrates the distinctive flavors or banjo and mandolin across the spectrum of its acoustic and electric repertoire. When its members, all residents of Mountain Lakes, heard about the program, they leaped at the opportunity to offer their talents to support the project.