Summer Project Youth
Close to 10 years ago, some dreamers got together and decided to create a camp that gave both middle and high school youth the opportunity to help folks out by showing love in a tangible way. They went the traditional route and created a work camp that went out into the community and repaired homes exness. If it made your home warmer, safer or drier and you wanted our help, we found a way to make it happen.
Over the years we have done everything from cleaning trash out of back yards to building a sixty-foot long bridge across a ravine so the ambulance could get through. We've prided ourselves in stretching our campers, meeting the needs of our community and being God's hands. Times have changed and our camp has evolved. We still do the home repairs... but we have added a few features.
As we become aware of needs in the community, as opportunities present themselves, and as we grow in our understanding of God's call for the Fieldstone Community, we strive to rise to the occasion. We have home repair, a community garden, a children's day camp, a food cooperative, junior internships, and who knows what else by the time you arrive!
Food Pantry, Friday Nights @ 6:00-7:00 PM
Celebration Worship Gathering @ 5:15 PM
Every Friday night we open our Food Pantry to serve others in our community. This is a great opportunity to serve and connect with the community. You can contact Kim Schwenk for ways you can start food drives, collect food, organize the pantry and volunteer. Check out more info at The Giving Tree Food Pantry
We invite people to attend a time of Celebration Worship starting at 5:15 PM.
During the year we gather for special meals and times of community fellowship exness trading.
To Our House
Winter Homeless Shelter
To Our House provides temporary thermal shelter and compassionate support for homeless men who seek such shelter.
The Mission of "To Our House" is an organization formed to engage our community in providing temporary thermal shelter and compassionate support for homeless men who seek such shelter. Our objective is to partner with faith-based and community organizations, local businesses, and individual volunteers to carry out our mission.
*Homeless men are sheltered from November through March in local churches throughout the NRV exness trade.
*The men come to the Intake Center at 110 Roanoke Street (NRCA offices) in Christiansburg around 5:00 p.m. and are transported to the host facility around 6:00 p.m. where a hot meal and evening activities are provided.
*Breakfast is served the next morning and the men are transported back to the Intake Center in Christiansburg around 7 a.m., taking a bag lunch with them.
*To Our House (TOH) relies on volunteers from faith-based and community organizations. Training is provided for Clergy and Key Volunteers.
*TOH provides one overnight staff member, comfortable and portable cots and linens, and transportation to and from the Intake Center.