Serving Jesus Christ in our own Jerusalem
Jerusalem Project is designed as a local mission effort to help those in our “Jerusalem” that may not be able to help themselves (whether physically or financially). However, in serving others, we are teaching our students and adults that we, as individual churches, can and should work together for the cause of Christ.
But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth. Acts 1:8
Jerusalem Project serves South Carolina communities in Cherokee County, Spartanburg County, and Union County.
Dates and Locations
Jerusalem Project will be July 17 – 21, 2017
Jerusalem Project will be held July 17 – 21, 2017 and based at Crossroads Baptist Church.
Jerusalem Project will be June 4-9, 2017
Chesnee & Boiling Springs, Inman
Jerusalem Project will be July 24-28, 2017
Jerusalem Project 2016
God truly blessed JP with another awesome year in Cherokee County. 29 crews completed 33 projects. The value of the work is approximately $210,000. Sports camp saw 33 children step from death to life by professing faith in Jesus. There were approximately 6 salvations during the powerful worship services led by Scott Miller and Jared Espy.
Impacting our Jerusalem is a group effort, and it would not have been possible without your support! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
Need Work Done?
Jerusalem Project 2017 planning is underway. We are currently accepting applications for work to be completed during the week of Jerusalem Project in Cherokee, Spartanburg, and Union counties.
Please note: Applicants must be the property owner and not renting. No interior work.
Homeowners – Application
Please use the links below to fill out the appropriate application for your location. Someone will contact you at a later date to either schedule an appointment to see the property, or to inform you if your application has been accepted.
Speaker – Trey Bradley
Trey Bradley was born and raised in Gaffney, SC. Since surrendering to ministry in 2002, Trey travels across the Southeast to teach at churches, youth events and colleges.
He earned a Bachelor’s Degree from North Greenville University in Christian Studies and a Master’s Degree from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.
Trey has a heart for student ministry, and he’s passionate about preaching the Gospel and seeing Jesus transform lives. He believes that every conversation and encounter is an opportunity to share Jesus with those who are hurting, lost, and need the gospel.
Trey has been married to his beautiful wife Melissa for ten years and they have three children.
Clayton King Ministries
I’m Jedidiah Bayes and I was born and raised in Ripley, WV. My love for music began at age 3 when my “Momma Jenny” (as everyone knows her) would set me up in front of the church to sing hymns and my own “Christian Cowboy” songs (as I would self title them.) It wasn’t until later down the road, at the age of 10, that I began playing the piano by ear. As this new found love for music grew, so did my love for finding ways to use this unique talent. Being a country boy, I spend most of my time either playing or writing music, or staying with my family on the riverbanks of Ten Mile, WV. I just love having a simple life and there is just something beautiful about knowing who you are and where you come from and being proud of that.
“Jerusalem Project is the one of the highlights of our summer as a family. We are able to spend the week working along side of our friends on mission projects within our community and then worship together each night. It’s an amazing week for us!”
How do I get work done on my house?
Click here to go to the application process that must be completed for step one. After your application is received, you will be contacted with more information about the next step if you’ve been selected. We will also notify you if your request has been denied and for what reasons.
What are the JP dates for 2017?
Cherokee County July 17-21, 2017
Spartanburg July 17-21, 2017
Union County – June 2017
Chesnee/Boiling Springs July 2017
How old do I have to be to participate?
Jerusalem Project volunteers start at 6th grade through adults.
What kind of projects do you do?
Wheelchair ramps, light construction, painting, landscaping, and new roofs.
We also serve our community with a free Sports Camp hosted at the Cherokee County Boys and Girls Club.
Some Upstate teens are using their summer to give back. It’s part of a huge effort between hundreds of volunteers and a couple dozen local churches to help people in the community called “Jer…
Source: Project Jerusalem Gaffney
As they hammered each roofing tile into place, a group of teenagers shared the message of God’s grace during the Jerusalem Project this week.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us via this form.