OKC church, Habitat for Humanity, team up to repair inside of home

A neighborhood church and Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity are teaming up for a property rehabilitation challenge in northeast Oklahoma Town beginning Thursday.

Additional volunteers are remaining sought to make sure the project’s success, said Debra Johnson, parish fellowship ministry chief at St. John Missionary Baptist Church. The task staying performed via Habitat for Humanity’s Crucial Repair service Method is searching for volunteers for Thursday by Saturday and from Aug. 25 by means of Aug. 27. Volunteers can do the job any or all of the days.

Johnson stated the home-owner is a member of St. John who previously lived in the dwelling with her mother, who is now deceased.

The exterior of the house was just lately refurbished by the City of Oklahoma City’s Property owner Exterior Maintenance Program, Johnson mentioned. The coming Habitat for Humanity challenge will emphasis on the renovation and mend of the interior. Volunteers will operate on kitchen area and rest room repairs, upgrades and flooring, amongst other things. All applications, gear and supplies will be supplied by Habitat for Humanity.