Cherokee & Spartanburg County

July 20-24, 2015


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.

Jerusalem Project 2015 Begins In








 In our past 10 years of ministry: 


Gallons of Fuel Used

Decisions for Christ

Shingles Laid

Hours of Preaching

Gallons of Paint

Minutes of Worship Songs

Nails Used

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the most asked questions concerning Jerusalem Project.  Don’t see an answer to your question?  Feel free to use the contact form below to send us an email.

How do I get work done on my house?

There is an 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 dates for 2015?

Jerusalem Project (Cherokee County) – July 20-24, 2015

Jerusalem Project (Spartanburg County) – July 20-24, 2015

How old do you have to be to participate?

Jerusalem Project volunteers start at 6th grade through adults.

What areas do you serve?

Currently we serve Cherokee County, Spartanburg County, and Union County of South Carolina.

What kind of projects do you do?

Wheelchair ramps, light construction, painting, and new roofs.

We also serve our community with a free Sports Camp for elementary age children.





Jerusalem Project for me is a passion.   To see so many hundreds of teens and adults come together from 30+ different churches to fulfill the command given by Jesus Christ in Acts 1:8.”to go and be a witness in Jerusalem (our hometown) is such a blessing. Also the blessing that I have had is to watch God grow JP to three other counties has been mind-blowing.  Our goal is to serve Christ and to do so in “our Jerusalem” to the best of our abilities.Continue to pray as God takes JP to the next level every year.
God Bless
David Toney

Jerusalem Project Coordinator

My crew this year at JP was so awesome! I’m so glad I got the chance to be on the Home Invaders, and become friends with all of y’all(: Y’all help me grow closer with The Lord! Y’all are awesome!!

Morgan Jane


Jerusalem Project is the highlight of our summer as a youth 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!

Brian Ziegelheafer

Youth Pastor, Corinth Baptist Church

Great final night at JP awesome time celebrating the amazing work these students did. It’s overwhelming to think about how God was able to work through these students and to see them glorifying His name on the job sites and in worship. The Holy Spirit was at work this week!!!

Wesley Burr

Youth Pastor, Southside Baptist Church

Working at JP this year was awesome I met so many people and heard there story of how they came to know Christ. Working for Christ this year has really been a blessing in my life this week!!

Emily S.


“If your life is too hectic to join in God’s rhythm and live on mission,
something needs to change about your life.” 
Caesar Kalinowski

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