The 30th annual Baltimore County Christian Workcamp (BCCWC), scheduled for July 21-26, 2013, offers individuals the opportunity to devote part or all of their vacation to helping Baltimore County residents with the
repair of their homes.
Interested parties need to be 16 years or older, or if under
16, must be accompanied by adults. Special skills needed include carpentry, masonry, plumbing, house painting, electrical wiring and roofing. All participants must have their own medical/accident insurance.
Work in past camps includes building ramps, laundry rooms
and bathrooms; removing and reshingling roofs, repairing ceilings, floors, steps, gutters, porches, screen doors and sidewalks; weather stripping, insulating and caulking; installing stoves, refrigerators, bathroom sinks and new windows; relocating appliances, installing hand railings and safety bars; scraping and painting the inside and outside of buildings, and numerous other repairs.
Participants are served daily breakfast at the host church,
Hunts Memorial UMC in Riderwood, their evening meal at local churches, and carry their own lunches. There is no
overnight sleeping provided.