The U.S. Department of Energy recently selected Habitat for Humanity of Catawba Valley as a 2017 Housing Innovation Award winner for its energy-efficient home owned by Keondra Allred. This is the second national homebuilder award that Habitat's Northstone Subdivision has received.
Join us as we grow in faith and fellowship together this Lenten season!
With help from our friends, Habitat is excited to share Into the Wilderness, a compilation of Lenten reflections! This ecumenical resource is a great way for Habitat partners to pray and prepare together in the days leading up to Easter. Each week we will explore a different reflection prepared by a member of our local faith community. We will also offer suggestions on how to live that week's message through prayer, fasting, and action.
"How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace." Isaiah 52:7
On Tuesday, January 30, more than 60 people attended the inaugural Faith & Shelter Summit presented by Habitat for Humanity of Catawba Valley at First Presbyterian Church of Hickory. Summit attendees learned about the growing housing crisis in Catawba County and Habitat for Humanity’s efforts to create solutions.