Did you know that -


  • Henderson County Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit Christian housing ministry founded in 1989.
  • Currently they are building homes at the rate of 10-12 a year.
  • Partner families are low-income residents of Henderson County and are selected for a Habitat home following Fair Housing guidelines.
  • Volunteer labor enables Habitat to reduce the purchase price of a Habitat home to just the cost of building materials, land, and infrastructure.
  • Each partner family must work a minimum of 400 hours on a Habitat home, and they pay for their home with a 25-year mortgage at no interest and no profit to Habitat.
  • It takes about 2500 volunteer hours to construct one home, and no experience is required. Instructions are provided.
  • Over the years many Trinity members have been and are involved with Habitat.


Want to know more? Call Habitat at 694-0340. Remember Habitat has two thrift stores on Washington Street.