The Potter’s House Worship Center from Harrisonburg, VA was a blessing to the Appalachian Dream Center this week. They drove five hours to install a new roof over the loading dock and wheel chair access on the one side of our building. They also put down new wood laminate flooring in two rooms. Bishop Hartwell plans to move into one of the rooms with laminate flooring along with his wife Darlene in the next corner office. He’ll be vacating a larger room so that it can also be used for accommodation. Many of the rooms on the second and third floors of the building are already being used for accommodation for those in need. The appalachian dream center is the only disaster relief center in a large region of West Virginia and was used during floods in recent times.
The Potter’s House in Harrisonburg, VA has had a long standing relationship with the Dream Center and has been coming to undertake service projects at the center for many years. The photo at the top of this website is when they first installed the sign on the building in 2009.