Habitat’s history has its roots in the local church, which first helped bring the ministry to Allen County and continues to partner with us to build on faith, build up families and build community together.
Ask your congregation to pray for Habitat’s ministry and partner families
Lead prayers on volunteer days or at home dedications
Set aside a day or month of prayer for those in need of affordable housing and invite Habitat representatives to make a brief presentation or set up an informational table
Build strength and unity within your congregation volunteering as a group on a build or at the Habitat ReStore
Provide a lunch or snacks for volunteers on the build site
Participate in a Global Village trip to build homes with Haiti.
Invite a Habitat representative to speak to your congregation about getting involved
Pledge unrestricted funds into Habitat’s ministry each year
Let families in your congregation know about the qualifications for the Habitat homeownership program
Contact our Faith Engagement Manager if your congregation is interested in learning more on how to get engaged with Habitat for Humanity.
What will you build for Lent?
This 40-day calendar focuses daily on prayer and sacrifice during Lent. Each day has a scripture and giving opportunity. When used in conjunction with the Habitat for Humanity house bank, the calendar raises awareness for faith communities. Click here to print the Lent Build 40-day Calendar.
The banks are a great way for children, Sunday School classes, and anyone interested in contributing their spare change to help the Habitat cause, this small cardboard house bank features a slot for coin donations. Dimensions: 6 1/4W x 6 1/2 L. Contact our Faith Engagement Manager for more information.