Lee and Macon Counties: Tuskegee, AL

Tuskegee is in the central eastern part of Alabama and borders Auburn, AL. and Columbus, Georgia. This site offers day camp in addition to home repair. Groups sleep, eat, and have evening activities at the historic parsonage (began as the Huntingdon Women’s College) and Tuskegee First UMC. Tuskegee is home to the historical Tuskegee Institute and the Tuskegee Airman Museum. Like Sumter County, it is located in the agriculturally, rich Black Belt and just 30 minutes east of Montgomery. Each summer, volunteer teams reach out to the Macon County community while extending their reach into neighboring Lee County. This site can accommodate up to 70 people each week through blended use of the parsonage and the church.

Mission Site: Tuskegee, AL
Ministry: Home Repair and Day Camp
Maximum Capacity: 70
Times of Service: All year round


The Parsonage:

    • Bunk beds to accommodate 22 people, extra mattresses provide for up to 30
    • Large meeting room
    • Kitchen with 2 gas stoves
    • 3 showers, 2 commodes
    • Note:  There are extra showers at the National Guard Armory if needed

Tuskegee Methodist Church:

    • Bunk beds and showers to accommodate 70 people
    • Large, industrial size kitchen
    • Beautiful stained-glass sanctuary
    • Small prayer chapel
    • Meeting parlor
    • Dinning hall

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