8:30am • Meet at Lutheran Church of the Nativity, No Conway, NH
9am • Go out to project sites

  • Weatherstripping & sealing windows & doors
  • Stacking cords of firewood for neighbors
  • Winterizing homes
  • RSVP by calling Lutheran Church of the Nativity at 603.356.7827 to volunteer your time to help on one of these projects.
  • Refer projects to help neighbors in need by calling 603.356.7827.

Mon, Nov 4
9am & 5pm
Interested in helping homeless population in the valley? Come find out more about supporting the Way Station, either by working with our guests or helping to coordinate calendar of volunteers & other projects. Two options to tour facility, gain some hands-on training. RSVP to Rev Gail if planning to attend 9am, Mon, Nov 4 training or 5pm, Mon, Nov 4 training.

3pm • Sat, Nov 2
Jackson Public Library

  • Sign up online!
  • JCC has a team! Please let Fred Tompkins know if you’re planning to come as a member of our team(s). We may have to register more than one team!
  • Fun, prizes and possible socializing afterward!

to Bartlett & Jackson Neighbors
1-3pm • Sun, Dec 8

  • Please RSVP to the church if you’re available to go out and sing to neighbors (although last-minute volunteers are always welcome)
  • Song books provided, singing is acapella
  • Enthusiastic voices encouraged, no experience necessary
  • Open to children & families & adults of all ages
  • Dress to walk from cars to doors on muddy or snowy paths

Work Day with Neighbor to Neighbor

Wed, June 12 • Eaton / All Day

The Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N) program, an initiative of Nativity Lutheran, seeks to help valley residents make their houses safe, warm, and dry. If you are able to volunteer on June 12 (starting at 9:00 on likely continuing for much of the day), we are scheduling a work day in the northern part of Eaton.

  • RSVP to Rev Nathan Hall from Nativity Lutheran Church if interested. He will send out further details to those who volunteer.

This particular project will involve 2 parts:

  1. We will be reglazing some windows.
  2. We will be attempting to locate and fix a leak in a metal roof. The roof itself should be good, but it does need to be tacked down. It is also possible that torn nail holes may need to be plugged and flashing may need to be amended. This part of the job will be part diagnostic and part labor.

We will need some skilled people, but a few novices are also welcome.